Water Redux

Classic H2O is going gourmet with infusions like lavender mint and prickly pear, touting not only fun flavors but also added health benefits.

Water Redux Beverages

1Caliwater Cactus Water

We all know that cacti can survive in the harshest deserts, so it should be no surprise that us humans have finally figured out how to get some of their staying power. Made from sustainably sourced prickly pear cactus fruit, Caliwater boasts five naturally occurring electrolytes and less calories and sugar than most coconut water and aloe juice brands.

2Blossom Water

Ever smelled a flower that seemed good enough to eat? Blossom Water combines beautiful floral scents with a refreshing beverage. Available in four flavors—lemon rose, plum jasmine, grapefruit lilac, and pomegranate geranium—the forty-five calorie drink is pure water infused with one-hundred percent natural fruit and flower essences, all sweetened with blue agave nectar.

3Ayala’s Herbal Water

We already use herbs in our food and for medicinal purposes, so why not drink them? Founded by Dr. Ayala, a trained pediatrician, the herbal water launched as a result of her struggle to find sugar- and chemical-free beverages. Infused with ingredients like lavender, mint, lemongrass, and ginger, the drink tastes great, has zero calories, and is one-hundred percent organic.

4Vitamin Water

Arguably the brand to birth the flavored water trend, Vitamin Water has been spicing up hydration for years. Defined more by purpose than by flavor, favorite labels include “Defense,” a raspberry-apple blend infused with vitamin C and zinc, and “Energy,” a tropical citrus blend infused with vitamin B and guarana.


Watermelon is made up of ninety-two percent water, so it’s clear why one company decided to bottle its goodness. Straight from the fruit, WTRMLN WTR has 740 mg of potassium, no sugar added, and tons of vitamin C. Sip from the gorgeous bottle after your next workout for a restorative kick.

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