Agua de Sabor

A refreshing recipe all the way from Mexico!

Cooking time: 20 Min

Servings: 4

After one month living in a Mexican home, I finally learned how to make one of my favorite drinks – Agua de Sabor, more commonly known in the US as Agua Fresca. Agua de Sabor makes a lot more sense in translation as it translates to “flavored water” and the name adopts whatever fruit is used. For example, using pineapple would make it an Agua de Piña, or sometimes, like in my house, it’s just called Agua.

Each fruit has a different water content and sugar content so will require more or less water and sweetener.


  • One type of fruit – I recommend watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple or strawberries
  • Sweetener – I recommend sugar or agave syrup
  • Filtered water


  • Blender

1. Peel and cut the fruit so it’s ready for the blender, removing any rinds, seeds and leafy tops. For the pineapple, only use the fruit around the core.
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