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Liquid Death: Canned Water | Still or Sparkling
Liquid Death: Canned Water | Still or Sparkling
Liquid Death: Canned Water | Still or Sparkling
Liquid Death: Canned Water | Still or Sparkling
Liquid Death: Canned Water | Still or Sparkling
Liquid Death: Canned Water | Still or Sparkling
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FROM THE ALPS
NOT A LAB.

Most major bottled water brands are created by scientists using highly processed tap water with barely any electrolytes or minerals. Liquid Death comes straight from a mountain and maintains its original mineral profile (TDS: 170) and 8.1 PH that nature created over centuries. Its natural minerals and electrolytes aren't just good for your body, they will murder your thirst. Instantly.

Every time you buy a can of Liquid Death, a portion of the profits are donated to a handful of non-profits who are fighting the plastic problem and bringing clean drinking water to people in need.

Features:

  • 500 ml Tallboys
  • 100% Mountain Water from the Alps
  • Water Made By Nature, Not In a Lab
  • Infinitely Recyclable (Plastic Bottles Are Not)
  • 8.1+ PH // Over 2X More Electrolytes than Essentia, SmartWater, LifeWtr, Core, Aquafina
  • Instantly Murders Your Thirst

    PLASTIC ISN'T ACTUALLY RECYCLABLE

    The average aluminum can contains over 70% recycled material, the average plastic bottle contains only 3%.

    Aluminum is infinitely recyclable. Plastic is not. In fact, plastic is not even technically recyclable anymore because it is no longer profitable to recycle. So most recycling facilities simply send plastic to landfills because they would go out of business trying to recycle it. Environmental economists now say it is actually better for the planet to simply throw your plastic in the trash so that it requires less trucking to get it to the landfill. Sad stuff.

    Of all the aluminum produced since 1888, over 75% of it is still in current use.

    If plastic production isn’t curbed, plastic pollution will outweigh fish pound for pound by 2050.

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