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Agua de Piña (Pineapple Water)

This Agua de Piña (also known as Pineapple Water) is easy, refreshing and simple. It’s only 3-ingredients and ready to make in minutes!
Prep Time15 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Mexican
Keyword: 3-ingredient, agua fresca, juice, mint, pineapple
Servings: 5 people
Calories: 80kcal
Author: Elise Shivamber


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  • 2 cups fresh pineapple
  • cup sweetener (maple syrup, agave nectar, granulated sugar, simple syrup)
  • 4 cups water
  • ¼ cup fresh mint leaves washed thoroughly


  • Add all ingredients into the blender.
    2 cups fresh pineapple, ⅓ cup sweetener (maple syrup, agave nectar, granulated sugar, simple syrup), 4 cups water, ¼ cup fresh mint leaves
  • Blend until smooth and no chunks of pineapple are apparent, about 60-seconds.
  • Strain the pineapple water into a large pitcher or measuring cup. (Traditional agua frescas are served with the pulp, so feel free to omit this step!)
  • Pour immediately over ice or keep in the fridge for 30-minutes to cool.
  • Keep in the fridge for 2-3 days maximum.



To strain or not to strain: Traditional agua frescas are served with the pulp. You can choose to strain or not, either will result in a delicious taste, although I recommend straining if you’re unfamiliar with the pulp-y texture.
Using old-ish pineapple chunks: This pineapple water recipe is a great way to use up cubed pineapple about to be out of its prime!
Storage Directions: Store leftovers in the fridge for 2-3 days at most, or the pineapple will begin to ferment and create another popular Mexican beverage called Tepache!


Serving: 1cup | Calories: 80kcal | Carbohydrates: 20g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 11mg | Potassium: 85mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 16g | Vitamin A: 134IU | Vitamin C: 32mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 1mg