|Total Time||20 minutes|
Agua fresca, or “fresh water,” is served throughout Mexico and is a perfect summertime cooler.
|2¾||cups melon chunks (watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew, etc.)|
|3||Tbsp. fresh lime juice (about 2 limes)|
|3||Tbsp. sugar or 2 tablespoons agave nectar (see Note)|
|~||Mint sprigs for garnish (optional)|
Culinate editor’s note: Because granulated sugar won’t dissolve easily in cold liquid, you may wish to replace the 3 tablespoons sugar with a simple syrup of sugar dissolved in boiling water. Agave nectar, of course, is already liquid.
Read more about hydration in Marissa Lippert’s “Hydration and health.”
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