Fruit Water

Raspberry, Ginger and Thai Basil Fruit Water recipe

Raspberry, ginger and Thai basil


Fruit water is our simplest summer cooler (we’ll be sharing more tomorrow) and our favorite.  No sugar, no sweeteners, no chemicals and no calories, just refreshing summer fruit and cold water.  You will be shocked at how much fruit and herb flavor seeps into your Fruit Water as it sits in the fridge.

These recipes are the variations we love best, but have fun concocting your own.  Let us know if you create a winner!


Fruit Water
Makes 1 large pitcher

Raspberry, Ginger and Thai Basil
¾ cup fresh raspberries
4-5 thin slices fresh ginger, skin on
1 large sprig (Thai) Basil

Fill a glass pitcher with fresh cold water and add a handful of each ingredient.  Chill 4 hours or overnight to give the fruit time to flavor the water.  Fruit water will taste delicious all day.

Watermelon, Mint and Cucumber Fruit Water Recipe

Watermelon, mint and cucumber


Watermelon, Mint and Cucumber
6 thin slices cucumber
1 quarter small watermelon, cut into thin triangular pieces, rind removed (about 5-6 pieces)
1 large sprig fresh mint (8-10 leaves)

4 Comments on Fruit Water

  1. Stella
    June 8, 2011 at 2:01 pm (12 years ago)

    Can’t wait to try the watermelon and cucumber!
    Thanks A&O!!

  2. Quynh
    May 1, 2012 at 5:02 pm (11 years ago)

    thanks for this awesome idea! i tried mine with strawberry + mint + pear. so refreshing! but the best part was using the fruit water to mix lemonade. the mint and fruits complement the tangy lemon surprisingly well! :]

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