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what kind of water do you drink?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by matadorpoeta, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. Bradford

    Bradford Well-Known Member

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    I have a PUR pitcher with a replacable filter that I keep filled in the fridge. It does a good job making our tap "river" water into something I will drink.

    I buy cases of Arrowhead bottled water in the 20 oz sport bottle for taking to the gym or when I'm going somewhere out of the house.

    Bradford
     
  2. nightowl6261a

    nightowl6261a Well-Known Member

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    Dansani or Georgia Mountain Water, or out through the filter on my refrigerator.....I absolutely hate drinking out of a fountain in a public place.
     
  3. jekv12

    jekv12 Well-Known Member

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    I think Coca-Cola "makes" Dansani, and Pepsi "makes" Aquafina. My well water is great. For sparking I get either San Pellegrino, Whole Foods 365 Brand, or San Lorenzo at Trader Joe's. I do like San Benedetto but can't readily find it. Still bottled: Acqua Panna. About 5 years ago, we had a problem close by. A large bottled water company, who owned several brands, was drawing a lot of water about 2 miles away. Private wells were being affected, and they were doing this during a drought - they were drawing 10's of thousands gallons a day. I believe it was Perrier/Nestle, but obvioulsy for a domestic and still brand. Eventually an environmental group got invovled and helped solved the issue. I'd like to find still water from around Naples - that's one of the reasons the espresso there is so good. Hey, maybe here's a source: Fine Waters - edit - bits about drawing a lot of local water
     

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