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    Chiming in late but I also drink tap water (Perth). I'm surprised that people are surprised that so many of us drink it ...lol if you know what I mean.
    I'd probably shrivel up from dehydration if I had to remember to buy water to drink...grocery organisation ain't my strongest skill set! Lucky I can just turn on the tap

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    She probably meant ammonia
    I guess that's it. It was tested awhile ago and after goggling I've decided me and my kids won't drink it. We live on a farm with cattle so...

    No, we don't use bottled water for brushing our teeth, but we aren't drinking that are we?

    Also we use bottled water for ice.

    I'm looking into getting the neverfail water delivered as we drink about 10 liters a week.

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    Tap water mainly

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    We drink zazen alkaline water from a filter. It's great . We hav done for 2 years . The ceramic filter goes brown after a while and smells metallic ! Now I cannot drink tap water due to the chlorine smell. My cut flowers also last longer in zazen water. They have a website and I highly recommend the product based on the taste alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Crow View Post
    Yep, it is utterly foul! I think the one and only person in Adelaide, i have ever heard say "it tastes fine" is the minister in charge of water!

    Buy a Puratap
    Ooh, thanks for the tip!

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    I'm really surprised at the amount of people saying Adelaide tap water is fowl. It's pretty much all I drink, I prefer the taste of Adelaide tap water (so long as it's cold) over bottled water and tank water. Maybe I have weird taste buds.

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    Rainwater. Best tasting water ever!

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    Tap water at home.

    If I'm out and I want a drink my first preference for water is the Pump bottles. (I don't drink soft drinks or other sugary drinks.)

    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Sydney Tap- best water in the world.
    I haven't had Sydney water for years but it'd be hard pressed to beat Scottish water! That stuff is delicious. Moreover, when you turn the cold tap on the water is actually cold!!

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    I buy bottled water.

    Tap water makes me feel nauseas every single time


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    Tap water.

    And I fill up a flask for me and DD throughout the day to take out. If I get stuck then I buy a bottled water, but I don't care which brand - they all taste the same to me.


 

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