METAMORPH saidRefrigerated tap water.
None of all that other 'emperor's new clothes' money racket.
Um do you know that tap water depending on how often they clean the pipes, may not be very clean
Indeedy. Where i'm living now, it tastes completely fine, and i've never had a problem from it.
Once though, I stayed in a youth hostel and collected kitchen tap water in an empty Evian water bottle and then placed it in the fridge for the night. Started drinking it after, only for that night and the next day get a nasty itchy cough in the back of my throat. Urgh. Found out later that some very old buildings (this one was in an old posh part of London, i think a Victorian era building), have old ass pipes that are grimy, so, despite the water itself being drinkable, the pipes under this particular building made it inconspicuous filth.
I only drink tap water out of my home or homes of places I trust now (relatively modern buildings only- meh, i'm sure the vast majority are fine).
I want to buy one of those kitchen appliance multi water-filters when I move into my next place though. Save more money in the long run, over repeated purchases of bottled water for all home stored/usable water. And better for the environment too. I'd imagine.