Carter the 14 yr old Founder of Define Bottle

Carter the 14 yr old Founder of Define Bottle

  • Add Some Infusion to Your Tea

    If you prefer to brew some iced tea instead of just infusing your water all the time, we understand! Green, black, and white tea all have some wonderful health properties that can help you lose weight and stay energetic throughout your day. However, many people tend to avoid tea because they dislike the flavor. That’s no reason to give up tea completely!

    Here are some wonderful options to add to your tea:

    Flowers

    Strange, right? Not really! You can add flavor to your tea by adding edible flowers like jasmine, lavender, rose, honeysuckle, and chamomile. Many of the teas you can buy already have these flowers included, but feel free to add more to heighten the flavor of your favorites.

    Citrus

    Fruits like oranges and lemons add a great boost of freshness to your tea. If you want to try something a little less ordinary for a truly unique flavor, try adding fruits like kumquats! They are often added to iced tea in other countries, so why not give it a shot?

    Herbs

    Add rosemary, mint, or basil to intensify the flavor! These herbs can add a great kick to any tea, especially when combined with a fruit. Experiment and see what works best!

    Transform your tea with fruit infusion options and discover a whole new type of deliciousness. We at Define Bottle know how tasty fruit infused tea can be, which is why we created a silicone tea infuser that fits perfectly with any of our Define Bottles. This means you can brew iced tea and receive the benefits of fruit infused tea! Shop today.
  • Vegetables/Herbs to Add to Your Fruit Infuser

    When you think of water bottles like the Define Bottle that make infusions, you may jump to the conclusion that fruit is your only option. Why not add some veggies or herbs to the mix to add a little more interesting flavor? Here are some vegetables and herbs we recommend adding to the mix to keep you energized and happy all day long:

    Cucumber

    Of all the vegetables to choose from, this one may be the most popular to add to your infused water. When combined with a fruit like watermelon or lemon, the cucumber can add a crisp, clean taste to keep you feeling fresh. It’s a subtle flavor, so you don’t have to worry about it overpowering your fruit. Make sure to cut thin slices! You’ll get just as much flavor, and you can save the rest of the cucumber for your next water infusion creation.

    Mint

    Mint is the perfect herb to add a refreshing kick to your water infusion. Imagine you’re making your own alcohol-free, healthy mojito! This won’t just freshen your breath; it will also assist your body in digestion and help sooth your stomach if it is feeling uneasy. Mint can also help with headache relief and even depression and fatigue. Sounds like a ton of wonderful reasons to add it to your infusion!

    Ginger

    You hear about ginger tea all the time, so why not add it to your water? This wonderful root can help provide nausea relief for anyone who might be pregnant or going through chemotherapy. It can also help any swelling or pain you may be experiencing. Mix your ginger slices with lemon to get the refreshing taste of an iced tea!

    Order a Define Bottle today and get on your path to wellness. If you would like recipe ideas for your fruit infused water, order our Water Works recipe book today.
  • Cucumber Lemon Cilantro Water

    Summer is upon us, which means it’s time to come up with some refreshing drinks! We at Define Bottle know how much you love classic infusions like lemon water, but wouldn’t it be fun to shake things up a bit? Check out this recipe for a cucumber lemon cilantro infused water blend:

    Recipe :

    • Three slices of lemon, one-quarter of an inch thick
    • 1 sprig of cilantro with the stem
    • 2 slices of cucumber, one-quarter of an inch thick

    Simple, right? Just add these to the second chamber in your Define Bottle for a refreshing beverage to take all the way from the gym to your workdesk. Of course, if you prefer your water to have a stronger cucumber flavor than lemon, feel free to add more cucumber and take away lemon slices as desired.

    This recipe is so good for you because of the nutrients that come with lemons and cucumbers!

    Lemons: Lemons contain vitamin C and can help your body with digestion and detoxification. It can also keep your skin looking fresh and it promotes collagen production.

    Cucumbers: Cucumbers contain fisetin which can aid in brain health! They also contain several antioxidants including quercetin, which is known as a natural antihistamine--meaning cucumbers can help you fight allergies.

    If you are ready to shake up your lifestyle and make the switch from harmful sodas to refreshing water, be sure to shop Define Bottle’s extensive selection today! No matter what your lifestyle, we guarantee we have a water bottle to fit your life and your hobbies.
  • Health Benefits of Fruits

    We at Define Bottle are thrilled that you are taking steps to improve your health and drinking more water. If you are unsure what fruit combinations to add to your water bottle, be sure to check out our Water Works recipe book! We have tons of flavorful suggestions to keep you hydrated. Since we suspect you’ll be choosing fruit recipes at first, check out the amazing health benefits of these fruits:

    • Apples - Apples are not only delicious, they are also rich in antioxidants like flavonoids and polyphenolics which can protect your body from free radicals. They are also a wonderful way to to get your daily dose of vitamin C and B-complex vitamins.
    • Blueberries - Blueberries can protect your body against cancer, aging, disease, and infections because of the phyto-chemical compounds they contain. They also contain vitamins that boost your metabolism in breaking down carbohydrates, protein, and fat.
    • Lemons - Lemons get their distinct tart flavor from the citric acid they contain. This acid can help aid digestion and even break down kidney stones! They are also a perfect source for your daily intake of vitamin C.
    • Peaches - Peaches are low in calories and have no saturated fats. They also contain potassium, iron, and fluoride. Yes, the same fluoride that keeps your teeth strong and healthy!
    • Pomegranate - Pomegranates are a great source of fiber which can assist in digestion. They are often recommended to those trying to lose weight and control cholesterol. Eating pomegranate regularly has been shown to help prevent prostate cancer and diabetes.

    These are all wonderful fruit options to add to your Define Bottle if you are looking for healthy ways to make your water taste great. Shop our inventory today and find the bottle that best fits your life.

  • Popular Fruits Used To Flavor Water

    When it comes to creating great tasting fruit flavored water, the possibilities are seemingly endless. From mixing and matching fruits to adding herbs and spices to simply slicing up your favorite, there are tons of ways to flavor water depending on the types of flavors you prefer. And while we have a fruit flavored water recipe book available from our online store, one of the most common questions we get it at Define Bottle is “what fruits should I use for flavoring water?” Below, check out a list of some of the most popular fruits used in combination with a Define Bottle to make great tasting water infused with fruit.

    Raspberries are a delicious combination of sweet and tart, and they are packed full of antioxidants. In addition to being linked to preventing several types of cancers including those of the esophagus and colon, raspberries are known to boost the metabolism and help burn fat.

    Apples are a wonderful choice for using with the Define Bottle, as we covered before. However, apples are much more than a sweet treat; they contain powerful antioxidants that have been shown to lower the effects of a wide range of ailments ranging from asthma to diabetes to bad breath.

    Kiwi is an excellent choice for making fruit flavored water because they pack even more vitamin C than oranges. Additionally, although it was once considered an exotic fruit, kiwi is rather easy to find in almost any supermarket across the United States and makes a great option when you are looking for a flavor outside of your normal favorites.

    Lemon is probably the most popular fruit to be used with a Define Bottle, and that’s because lemons are amazing fruits which have been linked to preventing constipation, diabetes, heartburn, high blood pressure, and more. Plus, lemon flavors mix well with others, and many people use slices of lemon as part of their water flavoring recipes.

    Do you have a great fruit combination you’d like us to feature on the blog? Leave a comment or contact us today!

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