Does fossil water taste any different than non fossil water?



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    Although I am not aware of the taste myself, the fact that the water is trapped in giant aquifers and is around 75000 years old somehow has allowed the liquid to remain untouched by bacteria.  That means that people do not have to run the water through purification processes and load the water with various bacteria fighters and extra minerals.  I’m sure that the water would lack the metallic taste, and would instead taste very pristine, untouched—pure.

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