Summer Drinks You Can Improve with Filtered Water

The summer season offers longer hours of sunshine, and a sweltering heat like no other time of year. While you are relaxing on the beach, what’s better than a cold drink in hand? You, too, can be enjoying a fun summer drink, by using your filtered water to make these fun summer drinks. Before heading out for the day, prepare for optimal hydration with one of four ice cold drink recipes.

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Summer Drinks Are Best Made With Filtered Water
As you can see, it’s easy to create refreshing drinks all summer long with just a few simple ingredients, and fresh filtered water. When impurities and contaminants are removed from tap water, the flavor and scent improves, and drinks taste cleaner. Bottled water, by comparison, also tastes poorly, and should be avoided. Drinks would be far less enjoyable full of chlorine, bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, pesticides, etc. Ultimately, all of the contaminants reduce the overall quality of your drinks, and negatively impact flavor. With the addition of a simple water purifier, your tap water quality will vastly improve, alongside your health.

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Waterdrop D4 Reverse Osmosis Filtration System:

Waterdrop offers a Reverse Osmosis filtration systems in order to provide a top notch experience in water purification. A 5-stage composite filter effectively removes pollutants like sodium, lead, salt, nitrates, and more. Those who are short on space will especially appreciate Waterdrop’s tankless design, for seamless operation. Aside from saving space, a tankless Reverse Osmosis system also means bacteria cannot colonize within the tank. If bacteria colonizes in a tank, it can continue on through to the final product, which should be avoided.

Take a Sip of Four Unique Drinks
There is nothing like sipping from a cold drink in the hot temperatures of summer. It adds variety, keeps you hydrated, and even energizes you through your outdoor adventures. If you are looking to mix things up, why not try one of these fun drinks this summer?

Watermelon Infusion
No doubt, watermelon is one of the most popular types of fruit all summer long. This is simply because they come into season, offering a super sweet flavor people of all ages enjoy. You can easily utilize leftover watermelon by infusing a quart jar of filtered water, and continue to enjoy the benefits of watermelon throughout the week.

  • 2 Cup Whole or Sliced Watermelon
  • 24 Ounces Filtered Water

A melon baller will make it easier to add watermelon to a glass pitcher or quart jar. Simply add the fruit to the jar, top with water, and allow it to sit in the fridge for anywhere between 6 to 12 hours.

Sweet Sun Tea
Sun tea is a southern tradition, providing an easy way to brew up sweet tea as you go about your day. By adding filtered water, you can truly enjoy the flavors sun tea has to offer, without additional bitterness or unpleasant odors.

  • 1 Gallon Filtered Water
  • 9 Tea Bags
  • Sugar to Taste

This type of tea works by brewing tea bags in the sun for a maximum of four hours. Unfortunately, due to time restraints, it’s a drink you need to plan ahead for. Add everything to a jar, or container with a lid, and allow it to sit in the sunlight. Add ice, and enjoy!

Fans of lemonade agree, a homemade batch is greatly favored over store-bought. By replacing bottled water with filtered water, you can improve your overall lemonade mix all summer long. Simply add fresh lemons, and you will have a drink you will be remaking over and over again.

  • 7 Cups Filtered Water
  • 1 Cup of Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 1 Cup of Sugar

Utilizing a glass container, or jar, mix everything together. Allow the mixture to cool in the fridge and, once it reaches the desired temperature, enjoy.

Iced Latte
Summer time is the best time to enjoy an iced latte. High quality water is the best base for a fantastic cup of coffee, and iced lattes are no exception. With decent coffee, and great water, you will think twice before buying a coffee from the corner cafe this summer.

  • 3 Tablespoons Dark Roast Ground Coffee
  • 9 Ounces Filtered Water
  • ½ Cup Milk
  • Sweetener (if desired)

Simply brew up a batch of dark roast coffee beans, by using filtered water. Once it’s done, pour coffee over ice, add sweetener to taste, and top off with milk.



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