There are a million bottled waters out there. Okay, maybe not a million, but more than enough to confuse the average consumer. Especially with many of them claiming to be toxin-free, organic, eco-friendly and the like. But Treeson, a uniquely bottled spring water that has finally come to market, has a special return and recycling program and plants one tree for every bottle sold. Read more
Americans are addicted to bottled water. As a nation we throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour. And the bottles that don’t reach the landfill often find their way down storm drains which lead directly to the ocean. Once there the bottles have been shown to impact wildlife. Read more
WAT-AAH! Taking Back the Streets art campaign enlisted 37 various street artists to promote healthy hydration to kids and teens. As part of the Partnership for a Healthier America’s Drink Up initiative, the artists created works inspired by WAT-AAH! brand bottled water and Drink UP which are being exhibited in various cities, multiple WAT-AAH! wall murals and are selling a limited Collector’s Box of six of the bottles. Read more
Launched early in 2013, WTF? is an original flavored water-based energy drink made with gold flakes instead of sugar. Manufactured in Germany, the Blackberry flavored water comes from Germany’s Rhön nature park.
The name is a giggle and the packaging is gorgeous, from the bottle and hang tag to the case. They have even garnered an award for their website design.
The sugar free drink contains carbonated water, Blackberry extract, Ginseng, Vitamin C, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Gold Flakes, 0.4% Taurin and 0.03% Caffeine
You can purchase individual bottles, a case of nine bottles or 9 cases (a pallet) here at their online store.
In 1983, Andy Warhol produced more than 40 works of art inspired by Perrier. To celebrate these works, Perrier has collaborated with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts to create Perrier by Warhol –a limited-edition series of Perrier packaging based on Warhol’s original works. Read more
The legendary and elegant Diane von Furstenberg (aka DVF) is the latest fashion designer to pair up with evian water for a limited edition bottle design. Read more
Evian introduces the latest in their annual limited edition bottle design: Courreges. Read more
Each year evian introduces a new limited edition collector series of bottles. Last year was the Paul Smith collection and prior to that Baccarat and Jean Paul Gaultier, preceded by Christian Lacroix. This years’ bottle has been decorated by Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake, with a flower inspired by his innovative pleated clothes. Read more