Categories Asides Artisanal Water Post author By Matt Post date August 16, 2015 6 Comments on Artisanal Water Many of my friends know how obsessed I am with different types of water, from Badoit to Hint Water (yum) to De L’aubier. This definitely hit close to home. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← SF Germ Warfare → Automattic is Hiring 6 replies on “Artisanal Water” Do you shave with a straight razor? Love that! These guys look like they know what they are doing. I just recently became a HUGE water drinker after being diagnosed with Diabetes Type 2 so I may look them up and get some of that water. 🙂 Thanks for sharing! Love it, that was brilliant! 🙂 OMG, this was so funny. The burros – and the dhoti! And I’m someone who goes out to a spring on a busy logging road to get her drinking water every week! Thanks for sharing this Matt and if you ever want a bottle of Oregon spring water from a busy logging road let me know. I even think I can find a locally-produced-hand-blown-bottle-made-from-estate-sand to capture it. 🙂 What the fun …?! 😀 I wish my english would be better to understand every bit of it. (I have a personal background with water) Should these guys consider a cooperation with MANUFACTUM., not just for the razors and kitchen towels? 🙂 On another note: In europe water is often just “bottled”, not made. Often from sacred places; natural wells that have a connection to a well known Saints or simular … like this companies: – Adelholzener (basically run by nun’s, and after a little image change now into football/soccer) – St. Leonhards (probably the closest here to De L’aubier, real glass bottles, very beautiful; sacred geometry objects, like the flower of life on the inside of their lables, etc.) – Gerolsteiner Linée, Moment and Plus do have nicely shaped bottles with “hips” and 0,75l, which is seldom and most convenient to carry. We mostly have 0,5l and 1l bottles. I guess it’s the closest to Hint Water, we have here. Nevertheless, water is also a (if not THE) healing element, since ages. Ever heard of Sebastian Kneipp? Treading Water? Very funny parody 🙂 The Hint water and maple tree sap water look delicious though. Is there absolutely no sugar in that water? Comments are closed.