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Metromint: Cool Water

Some people can't get enough of fruit flavored water. So what about mint flavored water?

Metromint is the latest and greatest in the water world. This water is filtered, then fresh mint (grown in Washington’s Yakima Valley) is added. That’s it. No sweeteners. No calories. No pesticides. Nothing but all-natural ingredients. That is refreshing!

Metromint’s all-natural combination of pure water and fresh mint hydrates you and your tired muscles. It also freshens your breath, settles your stomach and relaxes your mind. It's no wonder the design is so sleek, Rio Miura, a Japanese fashion designer, along with Scott Lowe created Metromint. Right now there are two flavors: spearmint and peppermint so look for it in your local grocery store or buy a case (24 bottles for $48) online from Metromint's site. Keep a look out because Metromint is announcing two new varieties at the Fancy Food Show (San Francisco) in January.

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Food Food 10 years
I got to taste the new flavors today. They're orange mint and lemon mint. The lemon was nice and refreshing, but the orange was a bit artificial tasting. I like the peppermint over the spearmint, but I can't figure out why I even buy it, it's so pricey!
nurse2be08 nurse2be08 10 years
Great idea for the water..BUT...I say grow some peppermint on the kitchen windowsill and put your own in less expensive water!
la_clique la_clique 10 years
chew some sugarfree gum and drink some regular water. This stuff is way too pricey imo.
rubialala rubialala 10 years
Sounds interesting. The bottles look cool.
cravinsugar cravinsugar 10 years
Hey! I say, if it is good enough for a mojito, it is good enough for water! go mint! I'm all in.
DesignRchic DesignRchic 10 years
I agree nonny...I'd rather stick a few mint leaves in my water and call it a day.
I tried this thinking it sounded great and I was wrong it was really really bad.
a-nonny-mouse a-nonny-mouse 10 years
Yippie -- a peppermint water that freshens your breath *and* it's all natural. I'm all in! (But I must say, at nearly two dollars a bottle for just over sixteen ounces, it's a bit pricey for everyday drinking. I'd buy a single bottle every now again, though.)
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