Watermelon, Lime, and Mint Agua Fresca

Nothing says summer quite like watermelon. The Mr. and I have been eating our weight in watermelon lately - since it's just the two of us it takes a bit of effort to consume an entire watermelon on our own. Usually we just munch on cubed watermelon that I keep in the fridge, but lately I've been trying it in some new recipes - a watermelon, mint and feta salad and today a watermelon, lime, and mint agua fresca! I've been seeing a lot of watermelon drinks on Feastie lately and when I opened the fridge and saw the mint and watermelon staring back at me, I decided to toss some stuff in a blender and see what would happen. SO GOOD. And with the 100+ degree heat, it's such a refreshing, light summery drink that feels a bit like a treat. I made one for The Mr. Saturday afternoon after he'd been working in the (sweltering) garage - he slurped it up in seconds. I also have a sneaking suspicion that if some tequila found its way into this drink it wouldn't be too horrible, either. Watermelon margarita, perhaps?


Watermelon, Lime, and Mint Agua Fresca

serves 2


  • 1 1/2 cup cubed watermelon
  • 5 ice cubes
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 5-10 fresh mint leaves (I start with 5 and add more if I want it mintier)
  1. Dump everything in a blender and blend on high until you get a slushy consistency. Pour into glasses and garnish with mint or lime wedges. 

Find similar recipes at Feastie:

Vodka Watermelon Sparkler from Kitchen Treaty
Cinco de Mayo…Watermelon Moonshine Mojito from Doughmesstic
Watermelon Mojito from The Missing Lokness
Watermelon Fizz & Meal Planning Monday! from Nutritious Eats
watermelon agua fresca from The Way the Cookie Crumbles

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