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    (Original post by PythianLegume)
    I'm always skeptical of people saying they can taste chlorine in tap water. Like those people who can tell the difference between normal and diet coke. Maybe I just have insensitive taste buds.
    You can't tell the difference between normal and diet coke?? But it's so obvious

    Coke Zero though, that is a lot less 'bitter' aftertasty
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    Could you mix it with a fruit drink to change the flavour? It would probably be better than fridge water or bottled water in the long run.

    The tap water I get at home is the best in the country.
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    Scotland generally has nice tap water. I think I actually prefer it to bottled stuff
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    (Original post by Iron Lady)
    Could you mix it with a fruit drink to change the flavour? It would probably be better than fridge water or bottled water in the long run.

    The tap water I get at home is the best in the country.
    Maybe. I think your water has too much iron in it though

    I just buy sparking bottled water now and mix it with Robinsons squash. only 17p/2 litres and tastes great

    (Original post by c_al)
    Scotland generally has nice tap water. I think I actually prefer it to bottled stuff
    I noticed a lot of bottled water comes from Scottish springs actually
 
 
 
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