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Friday, 25 November 2016

Bottled Water in Trinidad and Tobago



PEOPLE SEEM TO CARRY BOTTLED WATER EVERY WHERE THEY GO THESE DAYS

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO TAP/ PIPE WATER??


In Trinidad and Tobago there are variety of brands of bottled water available for consumers. Below are three 3 of the main brands that are usually reasonably priced. 




OASIS



Refreshing , Revitalizing, Invigorating, Hydrating. Oasis purified drinking water rejuvenates your senses body and mind. 

Oasis bottled water is a great beverage choice for hydration and refreshment, because of its consistent safety, quality convenience and great taste. 

Oasis water goes through a seven (7) step purification process. five stages of ultra-fine filtration, followed by reverse osmosis and then ozonation, providing you with it's clean refreshing taste.

Oasis purified drinking water is the only local bottled water that is a member of the International Bottled Water Association, a world wide body which regulates and ensures that Oasis bottled water is safe.

It is being distributed by SM Jaleel and Company Limited. located at Otaheite Industrial Estate South, Oroupouche, Fyzabad, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. 





DASANI


Dasani is one of the brands of bottled water from the Coca Cola company.


In 2010 Dasani started making their bottles with up to 30% plant based material.


We all know how important it is to recycle and reuse, and Dasani's innovative bottle design is doing both. The 100% recyclable half liter bottle  can be twisted down to half of it's original size. 


In designing Dasani to be the best tasting water it starts with the local water supply, which is then filtered by reverse osmosis to remove impurities. The purified water is then enhanced with a special blend of minerals for the pure, crisp, fresh taste, that's delightfully DASANI.







BLUE WATERS


Blue Waters Products Limited established in the year 1999 in Trinidad and Tobago has grown to be an iconic Caribbean brand over the years and is now the preferred brand of bottled purified drinking water in the Caribbean. 


With over 500 employees in Trinidad, the company now operates a modern facility in Orange Grove which can be simply described as world class by international beverage manufacturing standards.


It bottles water, sourced from an artesian well underground, filtered and purified, bottled and distributed to customers across the Caribbean region. 





IS THERE ANOTHER BRAND THAT YOU USE?


TELL US ABOUT IT?


WILL YOU RECOMMEND ANY OF THESE? 




7 comments:

  1. I mostly drink water from blue waters. It has a different tastes from all the other brands. There is also a brand of water called blue Mountain.

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  2. I also prefer the taste of blue waters but sometimes I might drink oasis. Can't drink the tap water, even after a filter it taste funny.

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  3. I also prefer the taste of blue waters but sometimes I might drink oasis. Can't drink the tap water, even after a filter it taste funny.

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  4. I actually don't like the taste of blue waters...I prefer the pure taste of Oasis.

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  5. I actually drink dasani and occasionally blue waters they both taste the same .tap water has a distinct taste that i dont like

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  6. My preference is blue waters. We stock monthly on those. Easy to just pick up and go!

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  7. Oasis is NOT the only IBWA certified water. WATER ONE is as well. Blue Waters is just nasty and tastes like chlorine.

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