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Peach-Mango Refresher


  • 1 packet peach mango LTH Hydrate
  • 1 to 2 oz. water
  • Handful of crushed ice
  • 8 oz. sugar-free ginger ale
  • Splash cranberry juice
  • 2 to 3 fresh peach slices
  • A few fresh mint leaves


  1. Pour one packet of peach mango LTH Hydrate into a glass with the water. Mix well.
  2. Add all remaining ingredients into the glass in the order listed above.

Blood-Orange Marg-norita


  • 1 packet blood orange LTH Hydrate
  • Crushed ice
  • 1 to 2 oz. water
  • 2 oz. lime seltzer
  • 1 tbs. lime juice
  • For garnish: orange slice


  1. Wet the rim of a glass.
  2. Pour one packet of blood orange LTH Hydrate onto a plate. Dip the rim of the glass into the powder.
  3. Add crushed ice to fill the glass.
  4. Mix the rest of the LTH Hydrate packet (from the plate) with 1 to 2 ounces of water. Pour into the glass.
  5. Add lime seltzer and lime juice and garnish with an orange slice.

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