Pure Swiss Water Pack *GIVEAWAY* – 15 Winners

True Confession: I was hooked on a particular Swiss brand of bottled water. It is a big name, but was huge when I was in school, and when the bottled water craze kicked off.

So, when Pure Swiss Water showed up on my doorstep, I began the process of rekindling my love with a Swiss water company.

Now, I must admit that I’m a bit skeptical of bottled water. A lot of it just comes from your local taps and is overpriced. Not kidding. One particular brand comes from a reservoir right down the road from my house.

This isn’t the case with Pure Swiss.

Here’s what their website has to say:

In an ever faster moving world it’s good to know that some things stay the same: Switzerland’s pristine and breath takingly beautiful Alps are Europe’s water reservoir, ceaselessly providing crystal clear water. The Swiss Alps give PURE SWISS its purity, the strength of all its minerals and its outstanding fresh and balanced taste.

Plus, it comes in both still (or what I’d like to call regular)  and sparkling.

We decided to test run the still version in the plastic bottles (they make still water in glass too!) on the day trip we took to Boston.  I pulled one of my favorite tricks-freeze the water bottle and then bring it with us so that it melts on the trip, and we always have cold water.

We were thrilled with how clean the water tasted! As it melted, we were thrilled with the clean taste and even though it was billed as mineral water, there was no aftertaste. There wasn’t even a “plastic” taste from the bottle itself, either! We were quite excited with that.

Later in the week, we broke into the glass bottles of sparkling water to make a sparkling lemonade of sorts, using a favorite drink mix of mine.  This was amazing. So yummy.  I’m usually not a fan of sparkling water, but I’m sold on this one! It makes a killer sparkling lemonade and iced tea that rivals some that I’ve gotten over at the market.

Pure Swiss just doesn’t put the water out there! They make sure that there are no nitrates in this water. The plastic bottles are also BPA free.

Everyone here gives this water 2 thumbs up!

BUY!  You can purchase Pure Swiss Water in plastic or glass bottles in the sparkling or still variety for your home or business by ordering online.  Deliveries of 10 packs or more are FREE of charge.  You can also purchase Pure Swiss at select stores (more stores are coming soon). 

**Win** Pure Swiss Water is generously offering FIFTEEN our readers with a t-shirt, bag, Swiss army knife and 2 bottles of water


To enter, visit “Switzerland” via the Pure Swiss website and leave us a comment here on one fun and new thing you learned about Switzerland.

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***Giveaway closes August 17th @ 11:59 pm EST and winner will be chosen via Random.org. Open to US.***

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