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A distinct difference in taste
April 27, 2019
We live in a small mountain town. We do have "city" water, but it's from a mountain spring. It's the best water I've ever had for city water.
I bought these only because the bottles are sturdier. We typically buy a case every 4 or so years and reuse the bottles. I'm hoping these sturdier bottles will last longer.
The thing is, this is really better than our mountain spring water. This might sound odd, but I like thinner liquids. Thicker liquids can't get as cold as I like them to be. Part of what makes water good is its thinness. The less crud it has in it, the lighter it is, and the crisper it tastes.
I can actually tell a difference in the two just because the Fiji is noticeably thinner and lighter. At very cold temps, it's not quite as noticeable, but as it starts to warm up, the difference is more pronounced. Fiji holds its crispness even when not fresh out of the fridge.
I'll remember this fondly heh, but our mountain spring water is still great.
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