Citrus Zinger Water Bottle Review…

This week I got sent a fun Citrus Zinger water bottle to review. Anything that offers healthier options gets my attention straight away. The Citrus Zinger is a water bottle with a citrus press at the bottom. You can juice lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit, satsumas or any citrus fruit of your choice to infuse your water with natural ingredients. This makes them an healthier alternative to artificial sugary pops. You can leave it to infuse for a few minutes or a few hours. Depending on whether you want a hint of or a full on flavour.

First up, looking in the fridge to see what fruit I can use. Orange for juicing, kiwi for slicing up and placing inside the bottle with a few frozen blackberries, perfect.

My thoughts on the Citrus Zinger Water Bottle:
I love the idea of making your own healthier pop drinks. The juicer at the bottom of the bottle is a great idea. Perfect for juicing all your citrus fruits into your water. It is simple to set up, easy to use. You can also infuse your favourite vegetables as well as fruits and add herbs or spices. I am looking forward to trying out some of the recipes that came with the bottle. A cool way to add a veritable rainbow of vitamins into your day!

About the Citrus Zinger Water Bottle:

  • Create your own refreshing and cooling drinks. 
  • Simply press your citrus fruit onto the press, screw on the bottom, fill with water and shake. 
  • Chill if you wish, add ice or herbs and spices. 
  • It’s a great way to add flavour to waters without buying drinks that may also contain preservatives and sweeteners for a truly pure and fresh drink.
  • Reusable – so helps reduce landfill waste.
  • Easy to carry with a handy finger hole within the cap
  • Easy to fill through the wide opening, large enough to add ice if desired.
  • Non-leaching and toxin-free.
  • Made from high-quality food-grade Tritan BPA and EA free plastic.
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Safe to use with still and pressure tested to take carbonated water
  • Available in the UK direct from JD Harris
  • Priced £16.95, FREE Shipping in UK.
  • Choose from Orange, Rose or Lime colours.

Nutritionist and food technologist, Cathy Lawrence says: 

“Infusing freshly pressed citrus juices with mineral water or tap water by this method is a simple way to create a refreshing drink which contains close to zero calories and sugars. This is a very healthy option compared with carton fruit juices that can contain the equivalent of over two teaspoons of sugar per 100mls, or with sports drinks that can contain three to four teaspoons of added sugars per 100mls. The zingy flavour of citrus fruits is due to the naturally occurring fruit acids, which once digested, have a beneficial alkalising effect on the body“.

A hour after my fruit was added…

About this post~I was gifted this citrus water bottle to review. All thoughts are my own opinion and I was not paid for this post.

Claire Justine
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  1. Colette B
    28 March 2015 / 19:51

    I'm rubbish at drinking water – I like my fizzy pop too much *hangs head in shame* Lovely to see you on #TriedTested this week x

  2. Susanne Remic
    27 March 2015 / 16:56

    Oooh I have one of these and I love it! x

  3. Kate Fever
    25 March 2015 / 09:56

    This is such a great idea! I don't like water on it's own and so I never drink enough – this would definitely help! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

  4. Kim Carberry
    24 March 2015 / 16:58

    I'm not a fan of plain water either…This looks like such a fab idea and your choices look so refreshing x

  5. Emma Iannarilli
    24 March 2015 / 11:24

    I love the idea of this, water can be so boring, this is brilliant for adding a bit of interest (and flavour).#Tried/Tested

    • Clairejustine oxox
      24 March 2015 / 11:41

      Thanks Emma, we are having fun experimenting now 🙂