This summer why not perk up your favorite thirst quencher by adding some fruity ice cubes.
These festive little cubes are popping up all over Instagram and Pinterest this summer and they’re a great way to use up any leftover fruits you have laying around.
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From berries to citrus fruits, these pretty and versatile little cubes make an excellent addition sparkling water, lemonade, rosé and mixed drinks. Try a combination of your favorite fruits, or add sprigs of mint for an extra twist! You can even add chopped up celery leaves to ice cubes to add to your favorite Bloody Mary!
Fill an ice cube tray with chopped up leftover fruits, add spring or drinking water and freeze. Add to your favorite drink when frozen.