How to Choose the Best Bottled Drinking Water
When we consult with new clients, the very first question almost all of them ask is, “What is the best bottled drinking water to get?” They are looking for a clear-cut, expert answer and the truth is, we don’t have one
Now, that doesn’t mean we don’t know our stuff!
It’s not that we can’t do a bottled water comparison, describe their characteristics, provide an analysis and outline the treatment process of our four types of bottled water. We certainly can do all of that. But if there is not some sort of medical condition involved, those details really mean nothing. The only determining factor for the best bottled drinking water is your own personal preference.
The Bottled Water Comparison
Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that any type of water is fine for consumption. You still want to be sure you are purchasing from a reputable company with a quality product and an efficient delivery service. Once you find that company with the required expertise, review the available options and try them.
In order to decide what the best tasting bottled water is, you need to know your options! Let’s take a more detailed look at the three bottled water options:
Spring water comes from – you guessed it – a natural spring. This type of water contains a high amount of minerals to give it a distinctive taste. Generally, spring water is filtered several times and then treated with ozone. The lack of chlorine leaves it odor-free, as well as, crisp and clean tasting. Spring water can come from a variety of different types of locations, including protected underground wells, high altitudes and free flowing artesian aquifers.
There are two main types of purified water – distilled and reverse osmosis.
- Distilled water is the result of a distillation method that boils the water and condenses the resulting steam.
- Reverse osmosis treatment involves an intense filtration process where the water is forced through semi-permeable membranes, leaving behind minerals and impurities.
Both produce a water nearly void of all mineral content, the exact opposite of spring water. Bottled water of each type offers a light feel with a lingering, refreshing taste. In addition to hydration, both are perfect for use in household items such as irons and humidifiers.
Premium Drinking Water
Premium drinking water is a balance between spring water and purified water. Premium drinking water provides a mixture of the two, giving the consumer the taste benefits of purified water, with the addition of minerals from the spring water. Together, they create a perfect happy medium and a great starting point people shopping around for the perfect bottled water.
Choose Your Preferred Drinking Water from Distillata
No one can determine which of these is the best bottled drinking water but you. Try to think of it like wine. Can anyone determine which wine is best? Of course not, you choose a wine based on your taste preferences. Bottled water is no different. You certainly should make an informed decision, but at the end of the day, it comes down to which one leaves you wanting more. If you don’t enjoy the taste, your consumption will go down causing potential health problems that you could easily avoid.
Distillata proudly serves Northeast Ohio as a trusted provider of bottled water for businesses. In fact, there are plenty of benefits a water dispenser can supply your office. Interested in trying out a water dispenser? We offer a 60-day free trial! If you sign up online, you’ll receive an extra 30 days free. Discover the benefit of bottled water delivery at no risk to you.
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