So what are the worst tasting bottled waters in America? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. Drink a lot of water! – we are said. But what kind of water should we drink? Water taste comes from different minerals and substances in water, as well as from the bottle as we have noted earlier, and it is no matter of quality. Water quality and waste problems are topics for themselves, as they are hot always issues, adding marketing and advertising to their gravity. But we are here for an easier question perhaps, but, that’s, on the other hand, the matter of a personal taste. As for me, I have a well in my garden so I drink water from it. It’s clear tastes well and I have it checked regularly by the authorities. So I rarely buy bottled water. I do this because I don’t like producing unnecessary litter and try to save our globe.
But if you live in a city or the tap water isn’t good enough, you need to buy bottled water. Wha are the worst tasting ones? Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three bottled waters from their list. Deer Park Natural Spring Water is the first one. Deer Park is Nestle’s water, and not among better ones. It was graded with D score by the Environmental Workling Goup. Maybe the water quality itself resembles a bad taste, but consumers have also noticed bad taste that seems like it’s coming from the bottle. Although Propel water comes in manly flavors, since it is enriched with electrolytes, there is also no flavor kind. The producer explains that weird taste of this water comes exactly from the electrolytes, since the water is made for fitness and activities that involve loads of sweating, but it nevertheless isn’t favorite choice of many people. Aquafina is a product of PepsiCo company, and it is actually tap water purified through seven-step process. Maybe that’s the reason it is one of the worst tasting waters in America, according to consumers. Adding to bad taste, it also does not have high grading, by the Environmental Working Goup it was scored with the D.
For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 6 worst tasting bottled waters in America