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    Default Low calcium water?

    So we only use Ashbeck here, but what are other low calcium waters?

    Thinking of trying Clementine with a few different ones see if she prefers one more etc

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    I think once they are low calcium they all taste similar. The lowest is Deeside, but it's very hard to get hold of. Then Tesco Ashbeck and Volvic are virtually the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    I think once they are low calcium they all taste similar. The lowest is Deeside, but it's very hard to get hold of. Then Tesco Ashbeck and Volvic are virtually the same.
    Ah okay! She just doesn't seem to drink much ever... The bowl barely goes down..

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    Deeside does have a different taste to it. You can only get it at Waitrose. If they even still do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    Deeside does have a different taste to it. You can only get it at Waitrose. If they even still do it.
    Ah thanks I'll have a look, we have a waitrose near by

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    I've just looked, and it looks like they've changed it to a glass bottle now, making it stupidly expensive.
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    My dog has Tesco Ashbeck (thanks to SarahP's help!) and he loves the taste and will choose it over a normal bowl if there's one down luckily but my friends rabbit won't touch it and would drink much less of it sadly!

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    We drink Tesco Ashbeck as well but I've run out of it once and gave them just tap water and they were fine. I don't normally drink tap water myself it smells badly where i live but they didn't notice a difference I believe.

    If not Ashbeck I use Volvic and I like Evian but it is not suitable for making tea.

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    Evian is high in minerals (especially calcium).
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    I've just looked, and it looks like they've changed it to a glass bottle now, making it stupidly expensive.
    https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/webapp/...pring-water-2l

    Is this the same thing?

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