Blood Orange Spritzer

Spring is in full bloom! The weather is warming up and everyone is gearing up for summer. Need a drink for hanging by the pool or cruising on the boat? We found a delicious new recipe that we want to share with you! Blood orange seems to be the trend. It seems like almost everywhere you go, they have some sort of blood orange drink! We aren’t complaining because they’re delicious and the color is beautiful.

Blood Orange Spritzer

  • 4 oz of blood orange juice
  • 8 oz of sparkling water
  • 1 key lime or very berry KSPtab
  • Blood orange slices for garnish
  1. Juice a blood orange
  2. Dissolve the KSPtab in about an ounce or two of sparkling water. It will overflow if you pour too much so if you need a science experiment, pour it all in.
  3. Once the KSPtab has dissolved, pour the rest of the sparkling water into the cup and add the juice
  4. Add a garnish and enjoy!

Beat the heat

As summer approaches, it is important to have a hydration routine already set. If you’re in the south, you need to take extra precautions! Of course, you should still enjoy the nice weather, but keep in mind how much fluids you are losing in the heat. Always have a source of water to drink with you, and be aware of the signs of dehydration. These include headaches, dizziness, dry mouth, fatigue, and dark-colored urine. We want you to stay safe and enjoy your spring and summer!

What are KSPtabs?

We know kidney stones and dehydration are scary! Not only are KSPtabs delicious, but they provide your body with essential elements to optimize your hydration and reduce the risk of kidney stones. 

  • Potassium: Both an electrolyte and a mineral, regulates blood pressure, heart rate, and bodily fluids. It also prevents bloating.
  • Citrate: Helps support a normal urinary pH and reduces calcium crystal saturation—the basic building blocks of kidney stones.
  • Magnesium: Supports digestion and relieves cramps, aches, & spasms. It improves blood circulation, which keeps uric acid flowing until it is expelled. It also binds to oxalates in urine, which can cause kidney stones.

We’d love to know what you think about this recipe! Have ideas for our next recipe? Send us an email or DM! We’d love to hear your ideas!