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Excellent

“Buxton Mineral Water”

published 07/04/2012

AdvantagesExcellent taste, cheap

DisadvantagesNone

...I go on about it a lot, but I am a student. This means that is essential I remain hydrated so that I can work at a constant, high quality rate, especially as my diet isn't necessarily outstandingly health (especially because of money complaints). My dad often gets Buxton Still Mineral Water in huge packs of at least 24 for free. The price of this on Amazon, however, is about £5.99 wh...

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Excellent

AdvantagesCheap, good quality

DisadvantagesNone

...I don't really know why, but I have a major phobia of drinking tap water. The thought of drinking it actually makes me feel sick! It's probably because of a documentary I watched absolutely years ago and I remember 'poo' and 'tapwater' being mentioned in the same sentence.. since then I've always had to have either filtered or bottled water. I always opt for mineral water as this is my personal...

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Good

AdvantagesNice design, better green record than most, tastes fine

DisadvantagesBottled water is still (here in the UK, at least) an extravagance

...nutrition. Isklar, as is stated plainly on the label, has a "very low mineral content". I'm not entirely clear why something calling itself "mineral water" should be pleased about that; I doubt Tropicana will start advertising juices with "very low fruit content" any time soon. It would be more understandable if the company used words along the lines of "pure" or "simple" on the packaging, but they don...

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