Infused Water for Summer

Infused Water for Summer

With the onset of summer, our Chefs get creative with the most basic and refreshing staple: water. Infused water is a lightly flavored, natural refreshment that provides the hydration your body needs and the fresh, crisp flavor you expect. Discover your favorite recipes using fresh fruits and herbs just in time for warm weather!

Each Recipe Makes 3 Gallons

Chef Dave’s Pineapple Lemon Grass Infused Water

  • ½ pineapple, cut into long strips
  • 2 stalks of lemon grass, bruised by hitting with a spoon or mallet before cutting i into 3” pieces
  • A Handful of Fresh Basil Leaves
  • 8 Limes, with all outer peel and pith removed
  • 1 small piece of Fresh Ginger, Remove Peel and cut into pieces

Place all ingredients in large non-reactive container and cover with 3 gallons of warm water. Allow to sit in cooler overnight for best results.

Mandarin Berry Hibiscus

  • 10 Mandarin oranges, remove peel and cut in half
  • ¼ cup dried hibiscus flowers
  • 2 cups mixed berries, Fresh or Frozen

Place all ingredients in large non-reactive container and cover with 3 gallons of warm water. Allow to sit in cooler overnight for best results.

Cucumber Orange Fennel

  • 1 Fennel, bulb and stalk, cut into pieces
  • 1 cucumber peeled and sliced
  • 6 oranges remove all outer peel and pith, cut into slices

Place all ingredients in large non-reactive container and cover with 3 gallons of warm water. Allow to sit in cooler overnight for best results.

Strawberry Lemon Mint

  • 3 Cups Strawberries, Halved
  • 5 Lemons, All outer peel and pith removed
  • A handful of fresh mint

Place all ingredients in large non-reactive container and cover with 3 gallons of warm water. Allow to sit in cooler overnight for best results.

Tropical Papaya Melon

  • ½ papaya, cut into wedges
  • ½ pineapple, cut into strips
  • 1 cup cantaloupe chunks
  • 1 cup honeydew chunks
  • 3 oranges, all peel and pith removed and sliced

Place all ingredients in large non-reactive container and cover with 3 gallons of warm water. Allow to sit in cooler overnight for best results.