Liquid Death Mountain Water
Murder your thirst. #DeathToPlastic
2.4/5

About Liquid Death Mountain Water

100% mountain water from the Austrian Alps | Aluminum cans are the most sustainable beverage container by virtually every measure | 7.9 pH (Naturally Alkaline) | Electrolytes & Minerals | Non-Carbonated | Instantly Decapitates Your Thirst | #DeathToPlastic


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2yr ago
Hanan Bensho 涵朔
Does not recommend this product
Sorry guys, Aluminium cans are harmful to your body, and they are harm to environment. nothing ecological, nothing healthy. As a branding exercise it is cool and interesting though, but I we are hopefully moving on to a post-branded world...
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2yr ago
Devo
Does not recommend this product
This is so stupid it isn't even funny. Bottled water is crap and if you care remotely about the environment you will stop buying bottled water all together from any brand. Liquid Death? Seriously this has to be one of the worst names for a brand that represents life. The joke fell flat and Im over here stepping on it.
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2yr ago
Dan Atkinson
Does not recommend this product
What would make this product better? Zero packaging and not shipping it halfway across the world just to sell to elites? Clever marketing, poor un-eco product masquerading as eco friendly.
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2yr ago
Sinan Saglam
Does not recommend this product
Well I don't believe the solution to sustainability and plastic waste are aluminium cans. Recycling aluminium requires huge amounts of energy. To really solve an issue you have to go for the actual root cause and not just improve its symptoms. We need clean tap water (as we have it in Germany - I only drink tap water, nothing else, anywhere I go here). It's that easy. No bottles, no cans, no cartons - just tap water. Everything else is a scam, invented in the past decades by our beloved FMCG brands. I studied marketing, I love and appreciate good marketing, but I certainly do not appreciate marketing that actually does harm instead of something good (not referring to Liquid Death, but rather to the bottled water industry).
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2yr ago
Dean Verhoeven
Does not recommend this product
Did I miss something here? No one is going to mention that this is an *awful* idea sustainability-wise? Yes, aluminum might be easier to recycle than plastic, but it still takes gobs of energy to produce and recycle, and only a fraction of it actually gets recycled. Not to mention the energy (and carbon) costs of canning and shipping to the consumer. The planet needs people to use reusable water bottles and well-filtered tap water, not super-expensive water in cans (or plastic).
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2yr ago
H. Harreld Dinkins
Does not recommend this product
This is one of the most insipidly stupid things I have ever seen on product hunt or, indeed, anywhere at all. So does anyone want to suggest how there’s anything ethically defensible about siphoning off a critical resource like alpine water in Austria during a period of accelerated climate change to realize profit that depends on sealing it into metal cans for delivery via transatlantic shipping for sale to the wealthy as a fetish resource for individual consumption? Because the “product” seems beyond deplorable as its an utterly unnecessary nor does it contribute to any public or common good, though certainly does needlessly increase and intensify an atmospheric carbon load while undermining the political imperative of governments to supply safe and healthy drinking water to all. This is not a product to be proud of. It is an unsubstantial scam to make one’s core business an activity that damages and corrodes by burdening the planet exactly where it needs balms and which disproportionately increases the risks and harms dumped upon the most vulnerable as intrinsic to profits. The most appropriate response by any honest review would be to affirm that it is a shameful idea.
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2yr ago
Laurence Hegarty
Recommended this product

I figured its just water in a can but I'm hooked, love this stuff

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3yr ago
Nick D'Amico
Recommended this product

Moisture is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty.

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3yr ago
Ally Gold
Recommended this product

Amazing design and idea. Can't believe it has taken this long to get canned water to be a thing in the mainstream.

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3yr ago