Chlorine smell in 600ml bottles.
My partner and I have been enjoying nobles for the last 4-5 years. It's great. Although the last few batches we have had in the 600ml bottles has quite a noticeable chlorine smell, Very noticeable actually. we do not drink tap water. This is a real turn off and I hope you guys can get back on track with it all considering some of the other reviews I have read lately.
Water tastes dank
I am a long time buyer and lover of this water but the last 2 boxes I got were off and tasted dank and awful. The batch number on the bad ones started with a 17 and another one I had was a different batch number and fine but the 2 I had that started with 17 were so bad, it was in drinkable. This happened to me several years ago and thought it may of be just a once off and have never had a problem again until this past week. So disappointed as this is my favorite water.
Not so pure?
I had been using pureau for a few years for drinking and cooking purposes and stopped purchasing this as I was quite disappointed to find out that when I tested the TDS it was actually HIGHER than my tap water readings.
I use another brand of water to make colloidal silver (I test each batch of this water and this other brand always falls under 0.5 TDS)
I would suggest that if you are using pureau for colloidal silver making that you test each batch before use.
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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