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Old 01-30-2011, 07:47 PM   #11
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I have a britta water pitcher that just stays in the fridge- it takes awhile to filter, but it doesn't matter, because it always has already filtered water in it so that I don't have to sit there and wait for it

that works well , unless some other family member does not refill it. sorry skittle, i just found it to be a nuisance . those filter are expensive and always out of stock where ever i went.
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Old 02-04-2011, 02:12 PM   #12
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I've made it a point to try as many different waters as I can and I agree with you Annie. VOSS is something else. It has a light, velvety mouth feel that I haven't found in others. I'm not sure why this is....it could have something to do with mineral content, oxygen levels, stylish packaging, or the fact that the ones I've seen at TJ come in glass bottles as opposed to plastic (I've only had it from plastic though)......who knows. Another very excellent (and much cheaper) bottled water is Icelandia. It's very crisp and clean like it actually came from the iceberg pictured on the bottle.
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