Ice Cube Infusions

by Yu Ming O'Neil

Ice Cube Infusions

Dressing up your drinks is a lot easier than it looks. Keep your beverages cool — and looking eye-catching and tasty with fruity and floral ice cubes.

 

Fruity Ice Cubes

Cut up any fruit you like into teeny tiny pieces. We love anything with citrus and berries. These will immerse well when you place them in ice cube trays filled with water.

 

Herbal Ice Cubes

Mint, rosemary, thyme, lemongrass, and basil are great flavors to combine with fruit infusions.

 

Floral Ice Cubes

Make sure you use edible flowers and we chose rose petal tea for our tutorial. Since flowers are very light and will float in water. Fill your ice cube tray with water only halfway, place the flowers, freeze for two hours, and then top up with water to get your flowers nicely suspended in the ice cubes.

 

Tip: Fill a glass with water, pop in a scoop of Sparkle Skin Boost, stir well, and then add your decorated ice cubes. Drink up! Keep yourself well hydrated




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