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July 18, 2022
Looking to increase your water intake with a flavorful twist? Use a mason jar to make some infused water! With our new Ergo Spout® WIDE, you can store and pour a half-gallon of your infused water of choice to stay hydrated all summer long!
Infused water is exactly what it sounds like - it’s water that has fruits, vegetables, or herbs infused so the water takes on different flavors. Infused water is perfect if you need to increase your water intake but don’t like the taste of plain water.
It’s also the perfect summer drink to serve at a barbecue or pool party because it helps you and your guests withstand the heat while drinking a tasty treat. But that’s not all infused water is good for.
Beyond helping you stay hydrated, infused water has a variety of health benefits, and the benefits can change based on the ingredients you choose. Here are some ways drinking infused water is healthy for your body:
Infused water is so simple to make. Here’s what to do:
As mentioned, you can absolutely choose your own flavor combinations, but if you want some inspiration, check out these recipes:
Note: these recipes are based on 64 ounces of water.
Infused water is super easy to store, especially when you use a mason jar and our Ergo Spout® WIDE. After making a delicious batch of infused water, keep it in your refrigerator with your mason jar spout for up to six days.
Make sure that while the water is stored in your refrigerator, you are checking the state of your fruit. If you notice any signs of spoilage, it has gone bad and should not be consumed.
You can store your infused water with the fruits, vegetables, and herbs inside the mason jar, but you don’t have to. The longer you keep your foods inside your water, the more intense the flavor of the water will become, but the longer you keep the food inside the water, the more susceptible to spoilage it comes.
Use your best judgment and never consume anything that has spoiled.
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