In Spanish, agua fresca translates to fresh water -- when you think about it, it's really the perfect name for a variety of drinks that do the job of refreshing us on especially hot days. In Mexico and all over Latin America, aguas are sold by street vendors throughout the cities and towns during the spring and summer months. Typically made with fruits, grains and seeds, aguas also include water, sugar and sometimes herbs or spices -- that's pretty much it. It's so simple to make at home. You can vary a recipe by adding soda water or even alcohol, like rum or tequila if you want it spiked. We've scoured the web to find you some very unique recipes -- see them below.