Icebox Water Review

Water in a Box!  Now that’s different from what we’re used to isn’t it?  Icebox Water believes in delivering the cleanest spring water possible to it’s consumers.  It is not a mineral water and it has a low mineral content which makes for a more smooth-tasting water.  Icebox Water is sourced from Elverum, Norway.
Icebox Water insures that they are delivering the highest quality water by conducting monthly quality checks.  The water is not the only part of Icebox Water that is of high quality, so is the packaging.  Icebox Water comes in a unique carton which is:
Environmentally Sensitive 
Composed 74% of Paper 
Stays Cooler 
BPA Free 
FSC Certified 
Wax Free 
Thin Aluminum Film which helps to provide added protection to the product’s water tight integrity. 
And let’s not forget that the packaging’s carbon footprint is 76% less than a PET bottle.  Now, don’t those facts make you want to try Icebox Water?
I got 2 liters of the water to try in exchange for my honest review
My Review
I’ve been trying to be a little healthier and drink more water and less soda and other junk. I don’t know if it’s just me, but some water has a taste to it that I don’t like. I’m very particular about which waters I will drink. I was curious about the Icebox Water so I was more than happy to review it. I had never heard of water coming in a cardboard/paper container so I was also intrigued. How would it taste? How would it hold up being stored or put in a lunchbox? I was pleasantly surprised at the taste. It tastes so clean and fresh. There is no after taste at all. It’s really really good water! I take my lunch to work with me and use an insulated lunch bag. This water held up great. It stayed cold and the container didn’t get soggy or mushy with the ice pack. This is a unique and better way to drink packaged water for sure. I’m very happy with this product and will continue to use it and buy it!

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