Citrus & Berry Thirst Quencher Recipe


If you struggle to drink plain water all day, this is something you may like! This is flavoured water – a great alternative to anyone who goes for the bottled drinks – try this instead! I’ve been making flavoured water with different flavour variations – but I think this combo is especially yummy. Ever since I started making them – I’ve had no problem staying hydrated and I feel better. And that’s we want, right – to feel our best!

Not only will you get the benefits from water which include mental clarity, energy, healthy gut, overall health – but because of the citrus and berries – you’ll get the added vitamins too! Full of beautifying properties and antioxidants – you get a boost of vit C which plays a key role in healthy, youthful skin!

Now, it’s not a juice – it doesn’t even taste like one. It’s a really good flavoured water, light and refreshing with a touch of sweetness. Make a whole litre of it and keep it in the fridge or carry it out in your water bottle. You’ll see, drinking water will become an enjoyable treat!



Citrus & Berry

Thirst Quencher


  • less than 1 litre (about 4 cups ) of water – (the fruit will fill it up)
  • 1 sweet orange, peeled
  • 4 ripe strawberries (don’t take the greens tops off!)
  • a toddler’s handful of blue berries


I don’t think it needs sugar or sweeteners – make sure to choose ripe fruits so that it’s naturally sweet.

If you like this, let me know and I’ll share some more of my fav. combos.  Also, let me know what flavoured waters you come up with!

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  • militza
    mizjo55 Reply

    I made your recipe of citrus and berry thirst quencher, only I substituted pomagranate for orange peel. Raw honey could be added for sweetness, but I liked the tart flavor. Thank you for such a nice recipe.

  • militza

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  • militza
    Ning Reply

    Wow, thanks for sharing, Parul! :)

  • militza
    Parul Reply

    I found these recycled Pyrex straws here
    I’d have bought a whole bunch, but they’re 15 bucks for one!! Still I love the concept. Thought you might like to know….


    Hi Parul!

    This is a new site for me, thanks a million for sharing! :)

  • militza
    Ning Reply

    Hello :) I’ve been a long-time lurker and I really enjoyed receiving your newsletters all these while.

    While I love all your photographs and posts, I have a favour to ask, actually: may I know where you got that steel straw from? I have been looking for one for months! Thanks in advance!


    Hi Ning! Thanks for the kind words! I got them from Amazon – but had my parents bring them over from the States when they last visited… I’m not sure if they deliver, but give it a try:

    or, you can try aliexpress – but they sell them in larger packs of 12 or more… maybe go in with a friend? It’s still a good price:

    hope that helps! :)

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