I think this water is 10 times better than tap water. And I really like their filtration process. Second I do believe our bodies do naturally regulate our ph levels, if it didn't I think it would take more than a few bottles of water to fix that problem. Lastley, our biggest concern should be, are we drinking acidic liquids, which Pureau is not.
The best tasting water you can buy
I've been drinking this for years now, since Brisbane tap water doesn't taste the best. I can say with certainty that it is the best and cleanest water around. I honestly now can't drink any other water is the rest ALL have a bad aftertaste that Pureau doesn't. Keep up the great work!!! :)
Best Water on the market
I have been drinking Nobles Pureau for over 18 years now. Before drinking Nobles Pureau I couldn't drink any bottled or tap water without retaining all that I drank. Now I can flush whatever amount of Nobles Pureau I drink. I am a 58 year old vegetarian (for 33 yrs) and every blood test I have is perfect. My hair analysis test showed I am not deficient in any of the minerals. Seeing I had massive health issues 34 years ago is a good testament to the diet and water I drink. Because I do so well on the water my family and friends now buy Noble...s Pureau. May the company never stop making. I know plenty of people who have drunk the 'mineral filled water' and they have calcium,magnesium deficiencies etc at my age. It is your choice what you drink but as for me and my family we will continue to enjoy Nobles Pureau and continue to take it with us where ever we go.
The taste makes you wonder what you are drinking
This water was given at a supermarket for free because of the amount of purchase. The brand name was not familiar. It taste horrible, so bad it will make you look up the brand to see what you are drinking. Not being funny but my dog would not drink it. I Googled it and found this site. That water should not be sold or given away.
My choice for my body.
I only buy Pureau water. The main reason is it is packaged in BPA free containers and the water tastes clean. Packaged water, if you read the label, tells you to keep it out of the sun and in a cool place. What does this mean? Does this mean the sun can damage the water? Of course not! It means the container can damage the water. Read what BPA means if ingested in the body.
Use this in my CPAP machine humidifier because it's free of all impurities as well as chlorine and flouride. Not about to have remnants of water treatment systems damage a $2,200 piece of medical equipment.
Sure, Choice Magazine can whine as much as they like how much it costs vs tap water but I'm not drinking it.
That said, a 5 litre cask is $1.10 a litre vs 80c a litre for demineralised water from Coles, so I will probably switch.
My new favourite water to drink
I have only just discovered this water.
I have tried quite a few to compare it to since realising my muscle cramps improved greatly by drinking two litres per day.
Fuji, Franklin and the supermarket brand waters put you off drinking water because of the taste.
I had settled on Evian as it was the only water in the supermarket I liked that states it has a pH of 7. But Evian is expensive and sometimes unavailable. So I read the packaging of Pureau and thought i'd give it a go.
This is the best tasting of all the waters ive tried and someho...
Cannot live without my Pureau!
l love my Pureau water and certainly notice the difference when there is none available and have to buy substitutes!
Reading the reviews of Danuta certainly aren't impressive and I personally find it very hard to believe that someone would go back to the same store and buy another 2 containers of the same water without contacting the supplier first up, if there was a problem? Sounds very sus.
I buy 2 x 10 litre containers of your water every month and use it for medicinal purposes so it has to be of a very high standard. This was the recomme...
Love this water!
After having to sell my commercial size distiller due to moving interstate I've been drinking pureau water 10 litre, I drink a lot of this and even use it in my cooking. As far as I know it's the only water that is free of fluoride and other unhealthy stuff. I feel better for drinking this water and my skin is clear. Love it!
Noble's Pureau is the best water in every way
The pH balance is right around 7 as it should be (I tested with digital and confirmed with litmus paper testers so I think tt80 mixed something up. Independent lab testing also puts it at around 7). It's just pure water (unlike 99% of other water on the shelves). In fact, it's so pure it can be used for kidney dialysis! I don't think there is any other water that I can say that about that is sold in the supermarkets. Just like Mary, it's the only water I will buy as well. Packaging is responsible. The taste is wonderful and it's an Aussie company too!
Tastes bad - acidic enough to start destroying your teeth
In terms of acidity, my pH test consistently shows it has a pH of between 5.5 and 5.75. A pH lower than 7 means that something is acidic. At a pH of around 5.5, a drink is so acidic that it can start 'eating' your teeth by demineralising them. Why would you want that from your water?
The level of acidity can also help explain why one of the other reviewers loves using it on his CPAP machine because the tank does not get dirty. The water would help give his tank a nice little clean because it's so acidic.
It tastes awful and is completely ...unlike anything found in nature. My mother always insists upon having it when she comes to visit, but I would use it for cleaning, and that's about it. It's not like anything that our bodies should be using as 'water'.
Water purity testing
I have just bought a digital water purity tester exactly the same as the one used by the kiwi chick on YouTube and I have trialled it on a few different waters. Results are as follows (ppm is parts per million of impurities :
My filtered tap water - 149 ppm
My rain water - 022 ppm
My health cup alkaliser - 129
Pureau - 002 ppm
Fiji natural artesian - 129
Saka - 109
Peats Ridge pure - 022
Woolies select mountain spring - 039 ...
Questions & Answers
I recently bought a new espresso machine that came with a hardness test to set the descale time. I tested the pureau water just to check, and it showed up as level 5 hardness, which is the highest level.
How would this be, as I thought hardness measures the amount of minerals in water?
I have purchased x3 10litre boxes of your water and this first box has a chemically soapy taste to it that is very off putting. My son stated he could taste the same taste in the last 5 litre box we purchased.What is this contaminant?
While the Pureau may be 'pure', it appears to lack the elements and minerals that one needs. What trace elements are in the water?
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