Grapefruit-Rosemary Infused Water

Grapefruit-rosemary Infused Water

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Yield: 32 ounces
5 Min
No-Cook or Other


How to Make Grapefruit-Rosemary Infused Water


  1. *Cut the rind away from the grapefruit and cut the fruit into slices. Fill a Ball jar (canning jar) or an infuser bottle with water, then lower the fruit into the water (instead of pouring water over the fruit). Use half of the grapefruit and half of the rosemary per container. Infuse for 2 hours at room temperature and up to 24 hours in your refrigerator.
  2. *C G-Here's a nifty trick I learned from the site: After removing the rind, cut the grapefruit into horizontal slices. {{ Cutting the grapefruit against the grain will allow for more juices to seep out.}}
  3. Serve ice cold!

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About Grapefruit-Rosemary Infused Water

Course/Dish: Non-Alcoholic Drinks
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American

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