To make iced green tea, just brew a pot of green tea and refrigerate it. It tastes best when served over ice with a twist of lemon or lime.
Add some fresh lemon, lime, or orange juice to your sparkling water for a refreshing citrus spritzer. Serve the sparkling drink with a slice of citrus for garnish.
Mix together ice, water, a handful of mint leaves, and a few drops of lime juice for a refreshing Minty Cucumber Cooler. Filter, then serve cold.
Infuse water with the flavor of your choice of berries by adding a handful to a pitcher of water and storing it in the fridge overnight. Add a fruity spin by serving over ice.
Make a "Coconut Water Splash" by combining one part coconut water with two parts regular water. Serve over ice with some lime juice for a refreshing, island-inspired drink.
To make hibiscus iced tea, just steep hibiscus tea bags in hot water and serve chilled. Garnish with a fresh mint sprig or lemon wedge and serve over ice.
Combine fresh watermelon chunks, lime juice, and water. For a refreshing and tart beverage, strain and serve over ice.
Coffee may be brewed, cooled, and then poured over ice to create a refreshing sparkling iced coffee. Add additional carbonated water for a bouncy finish.
The ginger-lemon iced cocktail starts with chamomile or lemongrass herbal tea. Fresh ginger and a little lemon work. Serve over ice.