Hydrating Mocktails with Hydrant

You guys know that I LOVE the Hydrant rapid hydration drink. I get it delivered every month and drink one every morning first thing, and then again before bed. I also take them with me when I travel. I wrote a full post about it here, but in a nutshell, Hydrant is different because it not only has the optimal amount of electrolytes but it also has a scant amount of real sugar that enables the electrolytes to enter your bloodstream rapidly.

My daughter Savannah and I decided to concoct some delicious mocktails using Hydrant, perfect for the end of summer. These are so good for on the boat, beach or poolside when you want a fruity drink, but don’t want alcohol. In fact- these icy cold Hydrant mocktails are actually helping you RE-hydrate with each sip and they are delicious!

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Hydrant Margarita Mocktail

Ingredients:

  • 1 tangerine
  • 2 Lime Hydrant
  • 1 TSP Lime juice
  • Lime Bubly Water
  • Simple Syrup (2 TBS)
  • crushed ice
  • Salt for the Rim (optional)
  • Fresh Lime for garnish

Dip the rim of the glass in lime juice and salt. Fill with crushed ice. Set aside.

In a tall glass, add the juice of one tangerine, lime juice, simple syrup, and the Lime Hydrants. Mix until dissolved. Add Lime Bubly water to taste. Stir well and add to the prepared glass. Garnish with a lime slice.

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Hydrant Mojito Mocktail

Ingredients:

  • about 1/8 cup fresh mint leaves
  • 1 wedge of lime
  • 2 lime Hydrants
  • Simple Syrup (2 TBS)
  • Lime Bubly water
  • Crushed ice
  • Sprig of mint for garnish

Place the mint leaves and the lime wedge in the bottom of the glass. using a blunt wooden spoon or a bar muddler, muddle them together well, to release the mint oils and the juice and oils of the lime. When well muddled, add the simple syrup and Lime Hydrant. Mix until completely dissolved. Add crushed ice and fill with Bubly Water to taste. Give it a few stirs to mix well and add a sprig of mint for garnish.

Hydrant Sparkling Greyhound Mocktail

Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup fresh grapefruit juice
  • 2 Grapefruit Hydrant
  • 2 TBS Simple Syrup
  • Cold San Pellegrino sparkling water
  • Sprig of rosemary for garnish

Chill a champagne glass. In a tall glass add grapefruit juice, grapefruit Hydrant and simple syrup. Mix until dissolved. Add cold Pellegrino water to taste. Give it a few stirs to mix well. Pour into chilled champagne glass and garnish with a sprig of rosemary.

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Hydrant Mimosa

Ingredients:

  • Juice of 1 tangerine
  • 2 TBS Simple Syrup
  • 2 orange Hydrant
  • Cold San Pellegrino sparkling water
  • Cut wedge of tangerine for garnish

Chill a tall champagne glass. In a tall glass, mix tangerine juice, simple syrup, orange Hydrant. Mix well until dissolved. Add cold Pellegrino water to taste. Give it a few stirs to mix well. Pour into chilled champagne glass and garnish with a wedge of tangerine.

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I hope you guys enjoy these! Let me know if you try them! I’m taking Hydrant with us to the beach this year and we will be making good use of these mocktail recipes!

**Thank you to Hydrant for sponsoring this post all opinions are my own.

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