Refreshing Watermelon Infused Water

This brightly-colored infused water hits all the right buttons. Sweet, flavorful, natural and a delight to the eye. If you’re drawn to brightly colored drinks which are often packed with artificial ingredients to make them taste and look good, this healthy watermelon water is a great natural alternative.

Easy and quick to make. And if you need it, yes you can add a little extra sweetener. After all, even with a dash of honey or sugar, this natural watermelon, mint and lime infused water beats most store-bought drinks hands down.

Recipe #1

Unsweetened Watermelon Water

Perfect for a hot summers day, this watermelon detox water is sweet, soothing and fresh.
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  • 4 cups watermelon cubes or balls
  • 6 sprigs mint fresh
  • 1/2 lime thinly sliced
  • 1/2 lemon thinly sliced
  • 2 liters water


  • Place watermelon cubes, slices of lemon and lime into pitcher (to avoid bitterness, peel lemon and lime). Lightly crush watermelon, lemon, and lime. Crush mint leaves in your hand by lightly rubbing your hands together, then place in the pitcher.
  • Add 2 liters of still water. If you prefer a sparkling detox water, add 1 liter of sparkling water and allow to infuse and then add the rest of the sparkling water when ready to serve.
  • After adding 2 liters of still water or 1 liter of sparkling water, place pitcher in the fridge for at least 2 hours to allow the fruit and mint to infuse the water.
  • Take the pitcher out of the fridge, stir the ingredients well. Add ice.


Optional: If you wish you can strain the detox water and discard (or eat!) the solids. Then either drink it as is or garnish with fresh watermelon, lemon and mint to serve.
Refrigerated, the watermelon detox water will keep for up to 2 days.

Recipe #2

Sweetened Watermelon Water

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  • 4 cups watermelon
  • 6 sprigs mint fresh
  • 1 lime
  • 2 tbsp sugar (alternatively use honey, agave or pure maple syrup)


  • Pour 1 cup of boiling water over crushed mint leaves and 2 tablespoons of honey or sugar. Stir mixture until sweetener dissolves and allow to steep and cool for 15 minutes.
  • While the mixture is cooling, put watermelon and 3 cups of water into a blender. Blend until smooth and strain watermelon liquid into a pitcher. Discard the solid leftovers.
  • Now strain the mint and sugar water, and discard the mint leaves. Add into the watermelon juice and top up with water. Add lime juice to taste and stir.
  • Garnish with extra watermelon, mint and lime slices if desired.


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