i'm kind of fussy about it as water affects the flavor of both coffee and gin 'n' tonic (ice cubes). i may give this one a try. i order coffee beans from this guy and he's pretty meticulous, so it probably works and still tastes good. some filters leave the water tasting like distilled water (ack).
Imodium can't stop me.
It's just a local firm so I don't know the provenance of the water exactly. I just use it for coffee/tea and cooking. I buy ice from the corner shop.
This water, I fill a couple of flasks and put them in the fridge for drinking, but when it gets a bit warmer it doesn't taste that great; a bit brackish I think.
"Take this, brother; may it serve you well."
problem with Bangkok is at the mouth of the Chao Phya, so the water's probably full of evil heavy metals. if i get a filter then i'll have a clearer idea of what is (and isn't) in my water...
We bought an eSpring from Amway for our water filter. The only thing I've ever gotten from Amway in my life. It was damn expensive but we've had it for over 5 years and change the filter only once a year. Great tasting water but the cost almost kept us from buying it.
i've had 2 bacon and egg sandwiches and now having a couple of beers before i go out to play football in a couple of hours.
even though i achieved financial independence at eleventeen i continue to teach teenagers every saturday morning for years now. sundays too, after i've kicked the ladyboys out (non-poor ladyboys) and talked with my broker about my investments.
^^and you still have time to share your wealth of knowledge with losers like us.We appreciate you more then you know.But then you already knew that didn't you..
funny, i was just talking to a senior oxbridge lecturer about that for his upcoming thesis on losers who bang poor ladyboys.
^ You were born before 1957?