>>7356631 It really depends on where you are. Tap water is good in some places, not so good in others and downright sketchy elsewhere. I'm drinking tap water right now and consider myself lucky to live in a place where the tap water is good. Not everyone is so lucky.
>>7356650 This. The tap water in my city is garbage, I've poured some bottled water into a glass and compared it side-by-side, and just at a glance you can tell a difference in how it looks compared to the tap water.
But I've been to lots of places with perfectly good tap water that I drink the hell out of.
>>7356656 Same here, the water that comes out of the taps here is so fucking cloudy and disgusting. I forgot to switch out the little filter in my water bottle and after some time, a little rock formed in it from all the crap it managed to filter out. I really gotta buy a filter for my tap at some point too.
>>7356811 Thankfully where I live the tap water is good, but I have gotten used to buying clean water from when I lived in Mexico. I pay 3.75 to fill up my 3 5-gallon water jugs. Theres 8 of us in the house and we only have to refill the water like every 4-6 weeks.
>>7356631 Bottled water serves two purposes: >Saving people from shitty tap water >Making restaurants money In most of central and northern Europe, tap water is better than any bottled water you can buy.
>san pellegrino You've never tried it if you think you can't tell the difference, or soda destroyed your taste buds. It may not be enough of an incentive to buy it but it's certainly not the same. My favourite waters are vittel and the tap water of my grandfather's house. The tap water of my current place is pretty bland.
tap water in canada is fucking choice, so between flat water and tap water: no, not really, though some flat water brands like smart water have a distinct taste.
i can definitely tell the difference between carbonated mineral water and tap water though, and can distinguish between different brands of carbonated mineral water. stuff like perrier and san pelligrino really helped me quit drinking.
>All these Americans who think they live in a developed country but still have to buy bottled water
No but seriously, I went to visit family in Oregon and they had like big slabs of bottled water. I don't get it since Ausfag water is fine and I think most homes have their own filtration in the taps anyways.
Have any of you niggas tried that Black water? I mean gimmick aside does it have a different mouthfeel?
I'm from Finland and as far as I can tell, we have clean tap water. Last summer, I visited the UK and noticed a distinct taste of chlorine in the water. I did travel around England and Scotland and everytime no matter the place I went to, there was always that hint of chlorine in the water. Why does the UK have shit water, guys?
>>7356631 To answer your question OP some bottled water taste different than others. I've noticed some leave a weird after taste in my mouth. Most bottled water in the US taste exactly the same. I've been to some third world countries and noticed a variety of different tastes in their bottled water. The grossest are the ones that leave a milky after taste.
>>7359067 Cant vouch for the rest of the uk, but where I'm from in the south east, we have a lot of chalk in the ground, the water round here has a very distinctive taste and will utterly fuck a kettle in about 3 months with limescale. Some areas has water so chalky it's cloudy. Safe to drink from the tap, just not recommended
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