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Tesco Still Water 2Ltr mineral water 45p at tesco.com
Tesco Still Water 2Ltr mineral water 45p at tesco.com

Tesco Still Water 2Ltr mineral water 45p at tesco.com

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Still natural mineral water.

This pure, refreshing Ashbeck Natural Mineral Water is sourced from the rolling hills of Eden Valley, in a protected Special Area of Conservation. The water flows deep below ground through rocks dating back millions of years. These ancient rocks naturally filter each drop of Ashbeck water and enrich it with minerals to give a clear, refreshing taste.

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great find, have some heat.

Chase spring (Shropshire) water (fluoride free) from both Aldi and Lidl is 17p for a 2L bottle all the time. Fizzy version also same price.
For someone who has kidney stones and needs to drink a LOT of water, and who used to really struggle getting it down it has been a Godsend for me, it tastes a LOT better than Coventry tap water.

Anglian water costs 0.15p delivered to any of the taps in the house. It tastes fine (for a kidney stones sufferer). So: cold.

Normal price and I'm pretty sure its actually gone up recently.

othen

Anglian water costs 0.15p delivered to any of the taps in the house. It … Anglian water costs 0.15p delivered to any of the taps in the house. It tastes fine (for a kidney stones sufferer). So: cold.



But does it come with a bottle?...

Anyways, even for bottled water this isn't a good price.

nihcaj

Chase spring (Shropshire) water (fluoride free) from both Aldi and Lidl … Chase spring (Shropshire) water (fluoride free) from both Aldi and Lidl is 17p for a 2L bottle all the time. Fizzy version also same price.For someone who has kidney stones and needs to drink a LOT of water, and who used to really struggle getting it down it has been a Godsend for me, it tastes a LOT better than Coventry tap water.


'Spring water' is simply tap water.

davewave

'Spring water' is simply tap water.



There is always one :-(
bbc.co.uk/new…603

Home brewers also seem to like it.The analysis conforms it isn't from the tap too, as local water contains added fluoride, and Chase spring water doesn't. wmaf.org.uk/ind…rd=

othen

Anglian water costs 0.15p delivered to any of the taps in the house. It … Anglian water costs 0.15p delivered to any of the taps in the house. It tastes fine (for a kidney stones sufferer). So: cold.



I have never found ANY tap water tasting anything other than something I have to force down to stay alive. It is mostly safe to drink - yes, but not something I could drink for pleasure. Water? I hate the stuff, even expensive brands of trendy water, just some is a lot less vile than others. Chase spring is one that is less unpleasant to me, and fortunately it is also the cheapest available as I drink about 3L a day.

davewave

'Spring water' is simply tap water.


Peckham Spring water?
:-)

nihcaj

I have never found ANY tap water tasting anything other than something I … I have never found ANY tap water tasting anything other than something I have to force down to stay alive. It is mostly safe to drink - yes, but not something I could drink for pleasure. Water? I hate the stuff, even expensive brands of trendy water, just some is a lot less vile than others. Chase spring is one that is less unpleasant to me, and fortunately it is also the cheapest available as I drink about 3L a day.


... I feel for you, I suffered with kidney stones also (the most painful experience - including being shot!) and have to drink lots of water. I leave if in the fridge to let the chlorine evaporate, but after that I can't really taste the difference between tap water and trendy still water, so I'm dubious about the value of even the cheaper types.

othen

... I feel for you, I suffered with kidney stones also (the most painful … ... I feel for you, I suffered with kidney stones also (the most painful experience - including being shot!) and have to drink lots of water. I leave if in the fridge to let the chlorine evaporate, but after that I can't really taste the difference between tap water and trendy still water, so I'm dubious about the value of even the cheaper types.



I can taste the difference and to be honest, leaving tap water open in the fridge is about the worst thing - it gets a musty taste from items in the fridge, making it more like ditch water! However as you say the trendy types are nothing special, I don't buy water by price, (other than cheaper is better!) I buy it for neutrality of taste - some of them are even less pleasant than tap water to me as they contain other minerals so I don't like them either. Fortunately Chase Spring water to me is about as neutral a taste as I have had so is less unpleasant than most. I never liked water as a child, and still don't, it is one of those things we must endure to stay healthy. I know one or two people who NEVER drink plain water, I am not one of them, but can't say the stuff gives any pleasure.

Tastes good but I buy pack of six for £2.10

davewave

'Spring water' is simply tap water.



​No, it's really not. Go have a Google on the requirements to be classed as 'spring water'. Then go look up how tap water is processed.

Tesco also do a still spring water 2l bottle at 17p. It's from the everyday range (definitely spring water, not bottled tap).

Skyhiigh

Tesco also do a still spring water 2l bottle at 17p. It's from the … Tesco also do a still spring water 2l bottle at 17p. It's from the everyday range (definitely spring water, not bottled tap).



It makes no claim to be spring water at all. but is "filtered" so unlikely to be, most likely filtered tap water, meaning it may or may not have fluoride, which when you drink a lot of it like I do, means you get a lot more than the intended amount of fluoride, and fluoride is potentially a cause of kidneys stones, exactly what I am trying to minimise - I stick to fluoride only coming from toothpaste, that's more than enough.

tesco.com/gro…760

nihcaj

It makes no claim to be spring water at all. but is "filtered" so … It makes no claim to be spring water at all. but is "filtered" so unlikely to be, most likely filtered tap water, meaning it may or may not have fluoride, which when you drink a lot of it like I do, means you get a lot more than the intended amount of fluoride, and fluoride is potentially a cause of kidneys stones, exactly what I am trying to minimise - I stick to fluoride only coming from toothpaste, that's more than enough.http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=250634760



​Nope.

Also that link doesn't work.

Product says 'Everyday Value Spring Water'. Rear says 'Bottled at source, Chase Springs, WS138EL'.

I'd take pictures but can't be bothered.

Google UK legal requirements for spring water products. Must be bottled at source direct from spring.

Skyhiigh

​Nope. Also that link doesn't work.Product says 'Everyday Value Spring W … ​Nope. Also that link doesn't work.Product says 'Everyday Value Spring Water'. Rear says 'Bottled at source, Chase Springs, WS138EL'.I'd take pictures but can't be bothered.Google UK legal requirements for spring water products. Must be bottled at source direct from spring.



The link shows it as this: http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco-price-comparison/Bottled_Water/Tesco_Everyday_Value_Still_Water_2L.html

Picture shownhttp://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/761/5000436295761/IDShot_540x540.jpg
From what you say they have changed that product now then, it's the same as from Lidl and Aldi, and at exactly the same price,
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