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Drink These If You Live In A Hot City

Drink These If You Live In A Hot City



Difficulty: Easy, Cook Time: 25 mins, Core Ingredient: Tea Bags, Servings: 8, Calories: 39

Description: This Ginger Ice Tea is pitcher perfect to keep you hydrated when the sun is out & help you lose out weight without compromising on taste. 


8 Cups Boiling Water
8 Tea Bags
2 Tsp. Freshly Grated Ginger
1/3 Cup Honey


Pour 8 cups of boiling water into a heat-resistant pitcher. Add the tea bags and let them seep for 10 minutes. Take out all the tea bags and allow the tea to cool to room temperature.

Once the mixture is cool, stir in the honey and ginger and refrigerate until ready to use.

To serve pour over ice and serve chilled.




Difficulty: Easy, Cook Time: 10 mins, Core Ingredient: lime juice, Servings: 5, Calories: 80 per glass

Description: A refreshing cool drink is packed with vitamins and nutrients and also with a ton of flavor. Enjoy next to any dish or even own its own on a hot summer day.


3/4 cup Sugar
1 cup Water
3/4 cup fresh Lime Juice
3 cups Cold Water
1 cup Sparkling Water
5 Sprigs fresh Mint Leaves, divided


Add sugar and 1 cup water to a sauce pan, stir and bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes, then remove from heat and stir in 2 sprigs of fresh mint. Allow to cool to room temperature.

Chop remaining 2-3 mint sprigs. Add the cooled simple syrup to a pitcher. Add the fresh lime juice, cold water, sparkling water and chopped fresh mint leaves. Stir well. Taste for sweetness and add more cold water to dilute, if necessary.




Difficulty: Easy, Cook Time: 2 mins, Core Ingredient: Blue food coloring, Servings: 6, Calories: 116 per glass

Description: A refreshing cool drink that is sure to give your taste buds a flavor boost and give you a feel of the deep blue ocean!


‚ÖĒ Cup Water
‚ÖĒ Cup Sugar
1 tbsp. Coconut Extract
1 liter Sprite
Blue food coloring


Add water and sugar to a glass bowl and microwave for 45 seconds. Take out and stir until sugar is dissolved. Pour into a pitcher and add coconut extract, soda and food coloring. Mix well. Add ice right before serving. ENJOY your blue ocean drink!

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Any special drink that you make and want us to know? One that reminds you of the ocean? Comment below right away!

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