Drinking at work is a complicated thing.
It’s not like you can just throw a beer in your purse and hope it stays cold until you get home, right? And you can’t exactly take a flask to the office and start chugging.
But what if we told you there are some drinks that are actually designed for taking on-the-go in your 750 or 500 ml water bottle? What if we told you that you could drink them at work without anyone noticing? And what if we told you they were delicious, too?
Well, we’re here to tell you just that: there are five drinks ideas to carry to work, and they’re all delicious!
If you’re looking to add some extra flavour to your water, then this is the drink for you. Mint, basil and orange go together perfectly in this refreshing drink that’s perfect for hot days. It’s also great for anyone who needs an afternoon pick-me-up!
First, take a handful of mint leaves and crush them with a wooden spoon until they are crushed into small pieces. Then add 1/2 a cup of fresh ice cubes (or crushed ice if you don’t have fresh) and one cup of water. Finally, add a teaspoon of freshly squeezed orange juice and mix well.
Serve immediately with a slice of lemon on top or just fill up your 500 ml water bottle and be on your way.
Lemonade is a great way to refresh yourself during the day. When you’re at work, it can be hard to keep your cool and stay focused with all the surrounding distractions. A homemade lemonade recipe is simple and easy to make, and it will keep you satisfied for hours.
A simple homemade lemonade recipe consists of water, lemons, sugar, and ice. You can use whatever type of water you want—tap or bottled—but if you’re looking for a way to save money on your commute home from work, try using bottled water instead of tap (which can contain bacteria).
To make a large batch for your coworkers and yourself, simply squeeze about 20 lemons into water in a large container (big enough to hold 2 gallons), add 2 cups of sugar per gallon of water (this will vary depending on how sweet or sour you like your drinks), and stir until the sugar dissolves completely. You can also add some mint leaves if desired; they’ll add flavor without any additional cost!
After adding all ingredients together, let sit overnight in refrigerator so that flavors can develop fully before serving up chilled glasses full of ice cubes!
You may be thinking, “How can coffee be a drink to carry to work?” But it’s not just any coffee—it’s mocha iced coffee! And not just any mocha iced coffee, either: it’s the best kind of mocha iced coffee.
This one is made with your favourite brand of coffee beans and real milk and chocolate syrup (you can use Hershey’s or whatever your fave is). Plus some ice cubes, because you don’t want to spill it on your desk. It’s the perfect pick-me-up for those long days at work when you need a boost but don’t have time for a full lunch break. Plus, if you have a lot of work to do, this will keep you going for hours!
If you’re looking for something that’s refreshing, delicious and can be made at home with a little planning, mango lassi is your drink. It’s also a great option if you want something that’s not too sweet and will help keep your energy up throughout the day.
Mango Lassi is an Indian drink made by combining yogurt with mango pulp and water or milk, then topped with crushed ice. You can adjust the consistency to suit your preferences by adding more or less yogurt and water/milk. The flavor of the drink depends on how ripe your mangoes are; if they’re very ripe, you may need to add more sugar because they’ll already be sweet enough on their own!
You can also use different types of yogurts depending on what type of texture you prefer: Greek yogurt creates a thicker lassi while regular yogurt creates a thinner one.
A turmeric latte is an easy way to get your daily dose of antioxidants without having to ingest an actual vegetable. And if you’re not sure how to make it yet, don’t worry: we have instructions for making this superfood drink from the comfort of your own office kitchen.
The great thing about turmeric lattes is they’re not just good for your body—they’re good for your brain too! Studies have shown that turmeric can help improve memory and learning capabilities by as much as 40%. So next time someone asks you a question at work, and you feel like your brain has been replaced by mush, just whip up a cup of this golden milk and watch as all those worries melt away!