Refreshing Summer Drinks

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Among the four seasons in the world summer is probably the most-awaited season of all. Who would not be thrilled embracing the warm weather and friendly sunshine? But while weather is nice we need to take care of ourselves more during summer. One of the problems that are likely to happen in this season is dehydration.

Iced water is apparently not really recommended after a long day under the sun. However there are so many selections of summer drinks to refresh and wash down our throat. See our list of refreshing summer drinks below, maybe one of them is your favorite too!

1. Apple Mint Cool Water

Peel and cut a green apple in big chunks, add a handful of mint leaves and throw them in a water bottle or water jar. Let it cooled in the refrigerator before you enjoy it.

2. Strawberry Daiquiri Punch

Beat the heat with a cold refreshing lime soda and sweet strawberries.

3. Honeydew Ice

This one is a mixture of grated honeydew and cucumber in lime juice with a bit of sugar. Let it cooled in the fridge before you have it.

4. Fruity Punch

A mixture of quava juice and orange juice topped with lime soda. Awesome taste!

5. Classic Lemon Iced Tea

Brew some tea and add the lemon juice. Stack up ice cubes inside a collin, pour down the brewed tea and add some sugar syrup. Stir and enjoy!

If you want to see more of refreshing summer drinks, these three sites are our favorite reference because they all have gorgeous recipes to choose from:

Food Network

Better Homes and Gardens

Southern Living

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