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Polish Mineral Water In the UK


Cardno85 31 | 976
28 Oct 2014 #1
Hi All

I'm probably moving back to the UK next year (lots of family events coming up and I think it'd be easier than taking lots of time off) for a bit of time, and I think one thing I will miss is some of the mineral waters from Poland. I used to use Amazon, but a quick search has come up with nothing. Anyone got a recommendation for a website for delivery of water (I am thinking Muszynianka or Kryniczanka). I really like the mineral taste and the very lightly sparkling mouthfeel which not many waters in the UK seem to have.
Monitor 14 | 1,820
29 Oct 2014 #2
It very stupid to import water from other country. Such a waste of energy.
Borek Falecki - | 52
30 Oct 2014 #3
What makes the Polish mineral water so special? Is the Polishness of the water, as its essential quality, that makes it so tasty?
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30 Oct 2014 #4
theres very little choice of mineral water where i live in the UK
jon357 71 | 20,403
30 Oct 2014 #5
So no supermarkets round your way then?
OP Cardno85 31 | 976
2 Nov 2014 #6
What makes the Polish mineral water so special? Is the Polishness of the water, as its essential quality, that makes it so tasty?

As mentioned in my initial post, it's the lekko/delikatny gazowany that I'm looking for. Even in supermarkets in the UK it's still or sparkling. I want something more interesting than still, but not fully sparkling because the bubbles stick in my throat if I drink it quickly (yes, i'm strange).

I suppose I could get a soda stream and just half fizz up some water.

It very stupid to import water from other country. Such a waste of energy.

True, however when you look at the most popular mineral waters in the UK and you will see a lot of Evian, Volvic, Perrier and San Pellegrino. If they are already being imported, ay as well drink it.
jon357 71 | 20,403
2 Nov 2014 #7
lekko/delikatny gazowany that I'm looking for.

You don't mention whereabouts you are so maybe neither of these are useful, but have a look at speysideglenlivetwater.com and southdownswater.co.uk - both produce a lekkogazowana.


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