I made Aquarius using the Sports Drink Powder for a Picnic
Deadly sweltering heat still continues here in Japan. In fact, the days with temperature of 35°c (95°f) or higher are not rare.
Despite that, I plan to have a picnic with my friends tomorrow, so as a preventative measure against heat strokes, I purchased a certain product today at a supermarket near my house.
Aquarius Sports Drink Powder
What I bought this time is this Aquarius sports drink powder. Basically, this product seems to be only available in Japan, though, you can purchase it on Amazon.com too, which is recommended as an Amazon’s Choice.
How to Make Aquarius with the Sport Drink Powder
With this white powder and cold water, you can make Aquarius whenever you want to have the sports drink. As you may know, making Aquarius with the powder is very easy as follows.
|1||Put 1 pack (48g) of Aquarius powder into a water bottle|
|2||Pour 1000 ml chilled water into the bottle|
|3||Add some ice cubes to the bottle|
|4||Dissolve the sport drink powder in water shaking the bottle well|
Although the maker recommends making this Aquarius drink with 1 pack (48g) of Aquarius powder (Amazon.com) and 1L water, you can adjust the taste, adjusting the amount of water.
When you make the Aquarius in the same way as the maker recommends, the sport drink has almost the same concentration as the bottled Aquarius water sold in grocery stores.
Finally, according to the nutrition facts on the back of the package, this Aquarius sports drink powder (48g) has
- Calories 186
- Protein 0.5g
- Fat 0g
- Carbohydrate 46g
- Salt equivalent 10g
- Potassium 100mg
- Arginin 267mg
- Isoleucine 10mg
- Valine 10mg
- Leucine 5mg
Bottled Aquarius water takes up much space in the refrigerator. But with this Aquarius powder (Amazon.com), you can reduce a space required for storing, and whenever you want to drink Aquarius, you can easily make the sports drink.