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Originally posted by kyred
Highbridge Spring Water...........I drink it....... it's not tap water. One of my daughters used to work there.
From their website : "The delicious refreshing taste of Highbridge Spring Water is achieved by a filtering process called Reverse Osmosis, which removes certain particles and leaves the water crisp, sodium free and ready to be enjoyed." I have toured their facilities. It's a great place to visit on a hot summer day. Their entire operations is underground.
The water flows into a cave, seeping through limestone deposits, where it's collected, filtered and bottled. This area has plenty of natural limestone springs. Makers Mark uses the natural spring waters on their distillery property for their delicious whisky.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Evian water....anyone drink it? Spell it backward. The French are likely still laughing over that one. That's all I ever needed to know, personally.
The company that brought Evian water to market began as a small glassworks operation and grew to become the world's biggest maker of dairy products and bottled water, taking its name from the town the spring was situated in, Evian-les-Bains. So, while "evian" is certainly "naive" spelled backwards, the choice of appellation was not dictated by a desire to take a meanspirited swipe at foolheaded consumers.