1. Apple Cinnamon Ginger Water Makes a large pitcher (half-gallon) of flavored water 8 cups of water 2 medium organic apples (sweet apples work best–Fuji apples are a good choice), cut into thin slices (if you don’t use organic, peel your apples so you don’t get the pesticides from the skins in your water) 4 to 6 cinnamon sticks 6 thin slices of peeled fresh ginger root Fill pitcher with 8 cups of water. Slice apples, putting the slices in the water right away (this helps prevent the slices from browning too soon). Add cinnamon sticks and ginger root, and stir all ingredients together in the pitcher. Refrigerate overnight before serving. When ready to serve, add ice cubes to pitcher and stir right before serving or add ice to individual serving glasses and pour your flavored water over the ice. 2. Rosemary-Orange Water Ingredients: 8 sprigs fresh rosemary 4 slices fresh orange Ice Water Directions: Place two rosemary sprigs in each glass. Place one orange slice in each glass. Using a spoon, gently bruise the rosemary and orange by pressing. Fill glasses with ice; top with water and stir. Serve cold. 3. Cranberry Mint Water 1 small bag of fresh cranberries 1 cup mint leaves, rinsed Ice Start by putting the cranberries and mint in, then layer on the ice. Lastly pour in the water. This order keeps the cranberries below the ice for everyone to see. 4. Orange-Lime Refresher 1 Orange 1 Lime Slice Orange and Lime. Put in a quart-size mason jar and fill with filtered water. Place in fridge for 24 hours (or so), strain and drink within a week. 5. Pomegranate and Rosemary Water Ingredients 1 cup water 2 tablespoons pomegranates 1 teaspoon 100% pomegranate juice 2 rosemary leaves 3 ice cubes Instructions Add the water, pomegranates, pomegranate juice, rosemary leaves and ice cubes in a glass and enjoy!