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My post on bottled water generated quite a bit of interest. I even heard from the bottler whose bottle image I had used (see right). Since their's is the "real deal", i.e., real spring water, and not just rarified tap water, I thought in fairness I should do a positive post about them.
This is what Melody from Icelandic Glacial told me:
The source of Icelandic Glacial is the legendary Ölfus Spring in Iceland, a naturally replenished catchment zone formed during a massive volcanic eruption more than 4,500 years ago.I'm not sure what a naturally replenished catchment zone is, but it sounds better than the South Saskatchewan River or the Toledo Municipal Water Supply! And, I guess they can't guarantee the water is aged 4,500 years, but I would like to think that sitting in the naturally replenished catchment zone is a lot like aging in oak barrels.
On a roll (or should I say bounce), I checked their availability. In Canada, it's this:
For the USA, I keyed in our 85032 Phoenix Zip Code on their website.
I'm making Icelandic Glacial the official bottled water of the Ball Bounces (I'm hoping they'll send me a free case.)
"Icelandic Glacial -- cheaper than a trip to Iceland™". (I just made that last bit up.)
And that's the way the keeping-hydrated Ball bounces.