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Oregon Rain Virgin WaterThe water in this bottle comes to you straight from the skies—it never touches the earth.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

MICHAEL MASCHA is Water Editor of THE NIBBLE and founder of FineWaters.com.

 

 

February 2006

Product Reviews / Main Nibbles / Beverages

Oregon Rain Virgin Water

“Heaven In A Glass” From A “Rain Farm”

 

Oregon Rain calls its water “Virgin Water” because it has never been touched by the earth. Unlike most waters, which drain into the earth and can join ancient lakes in underground aquifers, this is is a very young water that is captured as it falls from the Oregon skies.

Some claim that water filtered by underground aquifers is the purest. But the point of view of Oregon Rain, was incorporated in January of 2004, is that there are more than ninety contaminants present in the earth: a water that is never touched by the earth poses a significantly reduced risk of encountering any of them.

The water is “harvested” from Oregon Skies, caught as the rain falls on sterile sheets and then filtered and then filtered and pasteurized to ensure uniform quality and purity. It’s not a bad idea to call it “heaven in a glass,” which the company does. But in this world of packaging-is-everything (see our review of Bling H2O), they really miss the boat on design, with a slapdash presentation that says not much of anything.

What falls from heaven? A soft water with super low mineral content.

 

WATER Oregon Rain Virgin Water
Origin
Newburg, Oregon, USA
Type
Still Spring Water
Finewaters Balance Still
WATER ANALYSIS (mg/l)  
TDS
11
pH Factor
7.39
   

TDS = Total Dissolved Solids

Oregon rain virgin water

  • Case of six 750 ml bottles
    $41.49 (includes
    shipping)

To purchase, visit BottledWaterStore.com

To find a distributor near you, visit
Oregon-Rain.com

 

Oregon Rain bottle
Oregon Rain is available in both glass and plastic bottles.

Catching Water
Catching the rain (a romanticized vision).

 

Pure

Book Hidden Water True Water
Water: For Health, for Healing, for Life: You're Not Sick, You're Thirsty!, by F. Batmanghelidj. This text discusses how to relieve a variety of medical conditions by adjusting fluid and salt intakes. Discusses the different signals of thirst and chronic dehydration, how much water and salt are needed to stay healthy. Click here for more information. The Hidden Messages in Water, by Masaru Emoto, David A. Thayne. The Hidden Messages in Water is an eye-opening theory showing how water is deeply connected to people's individual and collective consciousness. Click here for more information. The True Power of Water, by Masaru Emoto. This follow up to Dr. Emoto’s international bestseller The Hidden Messages in Water is the result of his latest scientific research into the healing properties of water. Click here for more information.

Refreshing

Water Glasses Pitcher Cubes
Riedel Vinum Water Glass. The 24% lead crystal Vinum series water glasses are the perfect accompaniment to the Riedel wine and liqueur glassware. Click here for more information. Stoelzle-Oberglas Glass Pitcher. Classic mouth-blown pitcher features an ice lip to keep ice cubes from splashing into glasses. Click here for more information. 'Perfect Cube' Ice Cube Trays by Tovolo. Keep your drinks looking perfect and eliminate messy ice shards melting on your counters and floors. Made from food-grade silicone - won't absorb odors and colors. Click here for more information.

 

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