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Average rating: good
not so good: Josephine Bramhope, Uk 2013-Apr-20
Bland, no distinctive taste just a bit too tap water for me
excellent: Anonymous Europe, Europe 2012-Oct-5
soft and refreshing
awful: juan carlos Valencia, spain 2009-Feb-9
is like tap water
not so good: Robin Linger Wirral, United kingdom 2007-Jun-15
This water is not as good as it used to be and has far too high a level of chloride some tap water has less
very good: shibz manchester, uk 2007-Feb-24
the bottled water is a bit plain and unrefreshing, however the water a the well is beautifull would rate this much higher than the like's of evian
not so good: Class3 Somerset, UK 2005-Jun-15
We tried this and 3 others (inc tap water) and this was the least popular.
oily, gassy tasting. plastic'y, plain tasting, a bit dry,
Also the most expensive in our comparison. Not worth the money. Although some did like the handy 250ml size (the only good thing they thought)
awful: john1 Austin, US, 2002-Dec-6
Had this for the first time on a recent visit and it sucks! It left a chalky residue in my mouth and my young son had some and was violently sick shortly after.
not so good: Ouche Beaune, 2002-Aug-2
Oi spud! I'm fairly sure you can use the term Brits in the pleural. I am however fully in support of your condemnation that American muppet. OH MY GOD, IT'S LIKE TOTALLY TAT!!Enough! Buxton, like most British waters tastes far too metallic. French are by far superior (not Evian), e.g. Chambon (available in Lidl in UK for only 25p/2l)- STYLE!!!
very good: ThePotato Manchester, England, UK, 2002-Apr-16
David Van Patten...
1) It's Business not Businees
2) Nottingham not Notting Ham
3) Brit's not Brits
Ok...onto the water. It's quite a nice water though not with an inspiring taste. Good enough to drink when thirsty and take the edge away. Could be better but as a Brit, I'll be patriotic and give it 4!
not so good: Robert Bourne Sway, 2002-Mar-18
A deeply uninspiring water. There is nothing particularly unpleasant about it, but it is the opposite of 'fresh' and 'pleasant'. Tends to be sold in places where there is no alternative, such as theatres and cinemas, which is deeply unfortunate.
very good: Cyril Kinnear Newcastle, UK, 2002-Feb-21
I like this water, berryberry doesn't know what he's talking about - tea and coffee aren't solid unless frozen.
awful: David Van Patten Manhattan US, 2001-May-21
Whilst on a businees trip, to Notting Ham, UK, I was unlucky enough to taste this very poor mineral water. I think the brits dip empty bottles in to their waste disposals and filter it to produce this tat.
good: darthvader northampton, 2001-May-15
BerryBerry from London, what kind of name is that? SHUT IT, it is not that bad. Fair enough, it is not the King Mineral waters, but god, it keeps me going through the day and makes me feel happy and like singing a song...
not too bad....
not so good: berryberry London, United Kingdom, 2000-Dec-21~~~
Not light enough for me! Solid as tea or coffee.
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