Never would I on my own accord opt for one of the most over hyped, factory run brands in the beverage industry. I had a terrible migraine on my way to see the ‘Bridesmaids’ movie and purchased headache medicine at the nearest corner store. To my surprise, the only available water with which to take this medicine was Snapple. Not particularly know for their water, Snapple of course makes iced teas of sorts and yet has decided to abandon their signature glass bottle for their water line -an insult to the finest beverage.
It comes as no surprise then that Snapple is merely using their brand to market a product they care little about. The bottle is plain and the water is foul. I made sure to save some for after my headache subsided so that I could judge impartially. The musk is reminiscent of rubber and sawdust and the taste is no better. Apparently the best stuff on earth is not necessarily something that one should drink. Snapple does not market their water as aggressively as their other beverages leading one to believe it is simply waste product they have decided to dispose of. The only Snapple fact inside this bottle was that Snapple makes disgusting water.
The Water Connoisseur gives this bottle 1 Crystal Goblet out of 5.
This water is not recommended for human consumption but alternate suggested uses are submerging tires in it to test for puncture location, removing makeup from research lab puppies, and soaking a sleeping persons hand to induce urination.