Keeping Your Kool with KURO-Bō

KURO-Bō kool

We all know we have to keep hydrated in the steamy summer months.  And yes, it’s true that good filtered water is best for optimal hydration.  Still, who doesn’t love a bit of variety?  Here are some simple ways to keep things interesting with a festive holiday flair.

KOOL KUBES

We hope you’re already making your ice cubes with KURO-Bō water. After all, it’s the antidote to the taste of tap-water chlorine in your drink as the ice melts.

Make your ice cubes more interesting by adding small edible flowers (flowering herbs like rosemary and lavender), rose petals, geraniums, chopped mint leaves and pansies work well) into your ice-tray. Or try small slices of fruit such as raspberries, strawberries, lemon, orange or lime slices.  The subtle infused flavour will add an extra tang to your KURO-Bō water as the ice cubes melt and their pretty appearance will have your guests asking for more!

KURO-Bō kool
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BE THE KOOL KID

Cool down with ice lollies made with half fruit juice and half KURO-Bō water to avoid a fruit sugar overload.  Include some cut up snippets of fruit to jazz things up. Peaches, pineapple, kiwi and blueberries are winners.   Frozen lollies made with blended watermelon, lime juice, water and some roughly chopped mint leaves make for an extra-refreshing zing.

When the heat is on, only something this kool is the answer!

Photo Credit: Unsplash Jennifer Pallian

CHRISTMAS KOOL!

Keep a water jug with a stick of charcoal in it next to the kettle. We promise that tea made with KURO-Bō water tastes way better with a fresher, cleaner flavour, guaranteed. Then have a festive fling with iced tea.  Steep a combination of rooibos and honeybush tea sweetened with honey, some ginger slices or powder, a clove or two, a sprinkle of cinnamon and a twist of orange peel. Chill and then add some more flavour with those citrus-infused ice-cubes.

And suddenly, it’s beginning to taste a lot like Christmas!

Photo Credit: Unsplash Jennifer Pallian
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