That title drew you in, right? Chris and I had a little get away this weekend to Charlotte where we were able to see the Van Gogh Immersive Experience. It was truly an amazing experience and one that I will share more with. my readers later. But there was something else that caught my eye that I had to share.
Who doesn’t want an epic life? I might have found the answer.
All it takes is a bottle of water!
According to their website, Icelandic Glacial boasts the following:
Long before man reached the remote island of Iceland, a massive volcanic eruption occurred, creating the Ölfus Spring deep below the earth’s surface. For 5,000 years, water has filtered slowly through layers of lava rock, creating exceptionally pure and naturally alkaline water with the perfect mineral balance. Shielded by an impenetrable layer of lava rock and surrounded by a 128,000 acre exclusion zone, the Spring is constantly replenished by a gradual filtration of rainfall and snowmelt over uninhabited and untouched lava fields. With over 900,000 cubic meters of water overflowing from the Ölfus Spring into the ocean every day, it’s one of the world’s largest natural springs.
The label shares with the consumer that drinking this spring water will lead to an epic life.
Do you believe it? Do you believe a claim made by Icelandic people? We had a pretty bad experience with some so I would say that our household would not buy into this statement. After one bottle of water I am not seeing anything “epic” at all. Should I buy a case?
Let me know what you think. Can water truly lead to an epic life? Inquiring minds want to know.
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