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Asda Smart Price Still Water

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Manufacturer: Asda / Type: Still Water

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      01.04.2012 13:58
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      A nice tasting and good quality water

      I know water is nothing to get excited about, it's just a basic need and normally I wouldn't write a review on it. The reason why I am writing a review on it is because this 17p bottle of water made my life at uni a lot more bearable.

      I was living in student halls, which were great! Except for one thing, the taps. The water that came out the taps was extremely cloudy and looked undrinkable! I first thought it was unhealthy, but the halls staff insisted it was fine to drink. I wasn't so sure! Neither were my friends.

      When at the local asda I decided to go and but some bottled water because I just liked the idea of knowing what I was drinkin. I stumbled acros asda smart price water and was shocked that a 2 little bottle was only 17p. I picked up 3 and went back the halls. The water tastes nice and is just as good as any other bottled water you will try. There was no funny after taste, just good quality water in a very basic large bottle. I'm not fussed if water comes from mountain lakes and streams, just give me water :) haha.

      There isn't much you can say about water, but what I can say is this is nice tasting. I used it for adding to fruit squash and making my cups of tea. It did the job and didn't cost me a lot. I would go through about 7/8 bottles a week and it only cost me under £2 , so it was good for my small student budget!

      The only issue with the bottle is it size and storage, I'm sure you will find A place to store it. They so sell asda smart price smaller bottles, but they are more expensive! So this is the most cost effective way of buying water. If you live in an area with good tap water, don't worry about getting this! But if your fussy about tap water, give this a try. It won't dent your wallet and will do the job nicely. Great for taking on picnics and so on this summer :)

      Thanks for reading my review on smart price water :)

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      20.10.2010 01:02
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      Pure, crisp and clean water at a great, Asda price!

      I have only recently started to buy big bottles of water. The reason for it is because where I live (In Weston Super Mare) the water is very soft and nice tasting however when I go to get a glass of water it comes out of the tap cloudy and with like a white foam on the top. I have no doubt that it is perfectly fine to drink however it is a bit off putting having to wait for it to 'settle' so only really use it for hot drinks now!

      I spotted this bargain bottled water in Asda costing a mere 17p for a 2L bottle and so grabbed a few of them. I wasn't initially impressed by the cheap looking labelling on the water however thought it was very much worth a trial run for the small price it costs!

      The Packaging:

      Well the water comes in a clear plastic bottle with a white screw on/ff cap/lid and it has a white and green label around it and on that I am told that it is Asda 'Smart Price', Still Water and there is a drawn on glass on there and the size is stated which is 2L and the price is given, which is of course 17p. On the back of the bottle other information listed includes storage details being given, again the size is stated and the best before date is displayed and contact details for Asda are given. Cheap looking packaging this is but it is informative enough to be fair to it.

      The Water itself :

      What can you say about water really lol? Well this water is crisp and clean and simply tastes like water without any nasty chemicals in it whatsoever. It has no bubbles as it is still and of course no aroma and you can simply drink this alone or add juices or whatever to it, the choice is yours!

      I like this water, plain and simple and it tastes really clean and fresh. Once opened it does need to be kept in the fridge and consumed within 3 days and I have no idea where the water comes from as Asda don't tell us...but what I do know is that it is an excellent economy purchase for the amount of water you get!

      Only available in Asda stores.

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