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Infused Water Recipes For Summer Sipping

There’s nothing like a nice, cold beverage on a hot summer’s day. And nothing’s more hydrating than water — so you’re definitely going to want plenty of it on-hand.

We realize it can get a little boring just drinking plain old water, and that’s why we’ve rounded up some different recipes for infusing some natural flavor into your water. Think about how refreshing a cucumber and strawberry mixture would be!

These flavors are bound to make sipping on the recommended eight glasses of water a day oh so easy! That way, you’ll stay hydrated all summer long.

Get ready to soak fruit, flowers and more in your water so you can enjoy H2O that’s far from average this season.

Recipe & Photo Via: Wallflower Kitchen

Allowing rose petals, strawberries and lemon to soak in water overnight will yield a beverage that tastes as good as it looks, we're sure! Don't mind us--we'll just be in the kitchen adding these ingredients to a pitcher of water! Because seriously, this looks too good to resist!

Recipe & Photo Via: Baked by an Introvert

Think of this as a healthy, non-alcoholic version of a mojito that's perfect for drinking pre-happy hour. Yum!

Recipe & Photo Via: The View From Great Island

Not only is this sure to be delicious, it's also guaranteed to be a hit for any Fourth of July celebration! Make sure you've got plenty of this ready to go because I have a feeling this will run out quickly on a hot summer's day!

Recipe & Photo Via: Wholefully

This unique flavor combination will be subtle, yet refreshing. Perfect for sipping on the front porch, if you ask us! If you've got a rocking chair--that's even better.

Recipe & Photo Via: In Sonnet's Kitchen

Sweet strawberries and subtle cucumber combine for the ultimate pairing. This is sure to sure to bring all the tastes of summer into your drink. And really, what more could you want?

So, who's thirsty? We're right there with you! But, at least now you know exactly what you'll be drinking all season long.

If you want to know exactly what you should be drinking when you're poolside this summer, we've got some recommendations for that, too. Check 'em out here!

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