Product Type: Buxton Soft Drink
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Refreshing and Watery
Buxton Mineral Water
Member Name: stufflover
Buxton Mineral Water
Advantages: tastes fresh, easyt od rink, good bottle, cheap to buy, no chemicals
I like to make sure I have enough water on a daily basis, especially seeing as I workout in the gym a lot, and I do not want to suffer from dehydration. I usually drink most of my water from the gym itself, as it is free, chilled and easy, but when I am out and about, I do buy the occasional bottle of water from shops.
I am not too fussy with which brand of water I drink, as long as it is still water. I usually buy what ever is the best price for the size. I was recently in my local Poundland and I saw that they had two bottles of Buxton water for £1, and they were the 1 litre bottles, so I found this to be a great deal. These usually cost around £1 each in Boots, so I snapped up a couple of bottles.
I was quite thirsty when I was shopping, so the water was a welcome to my dry throat. The bottles have a clip on cap, which is attached to a bottle by a thin strip of plastic on the back of the cap. This is to ensure you can keep the lid so you don't spill any water, which is great as I keep the bottle in my handbag!
The bottle has a contoured shape to it, which I find is really easy to hold on to when I am drinking from it. The bottles are made of plastic, much like most other water bottles, and there is different textures on part of the bottle, which I think are to make it easier to hold on to.
When it comes to taste, most water tastes the same I have found. This water has a clean taste to it, and it doesn't have the chemically taste you can find with some cheaper brands of bottled water. There is not really much else you can say about the taste of water, but this is one of the better bottled water brands I have tried.
Buxton tells us that their water is soruced from St. Annes Spring in the Peak District, and that it has been filtered through Limestone. They also state that their water is one of the purest spring waters in the country.
You could do a lot worse when it comes to bottled water, and if you can get this on a deal in places like Poundland, it is great value for money. Even when unchilled, this water is perfectly drinkable, and I quite like it. It is handy to have in my bag when I need a top up, and you can also buy this in smaller sizes like 250ml bottles and in larger ones like a 2 litre bottle.
Now we all know that water is calorie free, and that it is vital we drink water to keep ourselves hydrated and healthy, but the mineral composition of this water also add extra health benefits to drinking it. It can also taste fresher than tap water, and it has no chemical treatments like tap water does.
Personally, I find this is a good brand of bottled water to buy and I give Buxton Mineral Water a 5 out of 5 stars. 100% recommended.
Summary: A nice mineral water from Buxton