Aqua Zinger Fruit Infuser Water Bottle Review

Aqua Zinger Fruit Infuser Aqua Zinger Fruit Infuser Water Bottle

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  • Sports Cap Double wall stainless steel keeps your drink and ingredients insulated,finger hole provided for easy carrying,wide mouth top allows for easy filling and ice cubes, if needed.
  • Cushioned base through a soft rubber base pad to prevent slippage,health-safe materials – BPA/EA-free Tritan Plastic from Eastman and 18/8 stainless steel*,extra deep ingredient cup allows for maximized flavor,easy to clean .
  • Reusable,hot and cold liquid safe,carbonated water friendly.Keep children away from the Aqua Zinger without the help of parental supervision.
  • The recommended Aqua infusion shelf life is three days for all beverages, if refrigerated. If you plan to consume your Zing creation with a 12-hour period, no chilling is required.
  • Aqua Zings typically produce one-two drinks per Zing. In order to return to a tasty concentration, we recommend adding new ingredients after two servings have been enjoyed (or 40 ounces).

My Review:

A friend at work got the Aqua Zinger as a Christmas present, but had never used it.  She brought it to work about a month ago and I thought it was so cool I had to get one for myself.

It is super easy to use.  You just pick the fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices and/or sugars that you want the water to taste like. (Tougher ingredients may need to be cut into smaller pieces before grinding).  The bottle comes with a little brochure that gives some possible taste combinations.  My favorites so far have been blackberry mint and strawberry basil.  For my photos I used strawberry cucumber (refreshing).

I chopped the strawberries in half and added slices of cucumber to the base.

Aqua Zinger Fruit InfuserNext I put on the grinder lid and twisted it a few times to release some of the juice.  I screwed on the main bottle, added cold water, and let it sit in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes.

Voila!!  Fresh, cold, fruit-infused water!! I especially liked that there were no chunks like there are if I make fruit-infused water in a pitcher or glass.  You can also add carbonated water or soda for different flavors.

I’ve been using the AquaZinger for almost a month now and I can’t say enough good about it.  The parts wash easily in the dishwasher.  The sport top makes the bottle nearly spill-proof.  I put the fruit in the bottom before I leave for work in the morning and it flavors my water all day!!

I highly recommend the Aqua Zinger fruit infuser bottle for those who are tired of drinking “plain” water and want fresh, natural flavor without chunks.

You can purchase the Aqua Zinger Fruit infuser bottle at Amazon.

I did not receive anything for this review.  I purchased the Aqua Zinger on my own and enjoyed it so much I wanted to share it with my readers.  I will receive a commission if you purchase through the above link.

Flash (The Forever Saga) Book Review

Flash Book Cover

Title: Flash

Series: The Forever Saga

Author: Sean C. Sousa

Genre: Science Fiction

Publisher: Epical Media

Release Date: 2nd Edition – July 2014

Format: Kindle

Pages: 332 pages


Long ago, the first reign of Grigori Geist nearly destroyed the Earth. Returned from exile, Geist is secretly rebuilding his kingdom beneath Antarctica, assembling his robotic Vaucan race to war against mankind. Only one obstacle remains: the war hero known as Brian Renney. Yet Brian is losing a battle against his fears. Scars of heart and mind linger from his days in Vietnam, fueling his failures as husband and father. This embitters his youngest son, Jason – a star athlete torn between pursuing the love of his life, and meeting the demands of a father who is far from the storied army captain he once was. And all the while, Geist is coming for them. In this dark hour, Brian and Jason encounter a war to end all others… and an unexpected ally who, once meant for evil, shall forever be a force for good.


My Review:

There are so many things I liked about The Forever Saga: Flash.  First, it had an underlying good vs. evil message.  There are a few quotes from the Bible, the most repeated being “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.” (Isaiah 40:29)  This verse is one that has sustained me in difficult times and I love how Brian Renney and Prince Ahya’s creator both used it as a switch for the robot.

I also enjoyed the relationship between Brian and Flash the “robot”.  The whole Vaucan race brought back fond memories of a local TV show, Captain Cosmic.  Captain Cosmic aired Flash Gordon serials as well as Japanese serials, of which my favorite was Ultraman.  Flash and his frenemies remind me a lot of Ultraman.

The camaraderie between Brian’s son Jason and his college friends really helps to bring in the perspective of the younger generation.  The last quarter of the book ties together all the subplots running throughout the story.  The ending is bittersweet but well worth it and neatly sets up the series for Book 2.

The best part about the book is that a portion of every sale benefits International Justice Mission and their work to end human trafficking.

Overall, I recommend The Forever Saga: Flash for fans of science fiction, especially those who enjoy the traditional struggle of right and wrong.

I give The Forever Saga: Flash 4 1/2 stars.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of review.  All opinions are 100% my own.

About the Author:

Sean C. Sousa never planned on writing a novel – that is, until the idea for The Forever Saga came along. He first conceived it as a video game design concept, then a screenplay, and finally a written work of fiction. His debut novel, The Forever Saga: Flash, marks the end of one six-year journey toward publication, and also the beginning of another: to bring his stories to a worldwide audience.

His dream is to see fiction inspire positive social change in the world, calling attention to issues of social justice and mobilizing his readership to meet the needs of those afflicted.

Mr. Sousa resides in Southern California with his wife, Shelley, and when he is not writing further adventures about the Renney family, he is usually up to socially acceptable mischief with his friends and family.