The unique and delicate character of Shepley Spring Water has been created naturally from rain water that fell some 60 years ago onto the Pennine Hills. Time has performed its amazing purifying process, as the waters have filtered through hundreds of feet of mineral rich Greenmoor Rock. Brought back to the surface for you to enjoy, Shepley Spring presents an excellent drinking, free of any impurities.. Spring water drawn from the Yorkshire Pennines. Shepley Spring.
Bottled at source: Shepley Spring, HD8 0PQ.
Shepley Spring, HD8 0PQ. 0800 085 5382
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(12 customer reviews)
Submitted by Darren on 13/9/2018
Not sure if I trust it. Its the only Still water I've EVER that makes a fizz noise you get when opening a fizzy drink bottle. The cheap feeling bottle also suggests bad things. Probably wont purchase again.
Submitted by James on 23/8/2018
I am unsure what other reviews mean when they say it tastes or smells bad, maybe someone is drinking from the bottle and you aren't noticing? The water is nice, it isn't anything special however but I recently moved and hate the tap water. I recommend this over tap water!
Submitted by Bonnie on 26/11/2017
Awful water, smells really bad and tastes even worse. I binned all 8 bottles and won't be buying again. Save your money and have tap water instead, even that's better than this bottled water!
Submitted by J P on 3/4/2017
This is exactly the same water as the Morrison's water (just a different label), but is so much cheaper! I always get my water from Iceland.
Submitted by k2 on 14/4/2016
Tastes and smells a bit acidic
Submitted by Steve Timmins on 18/3/2016
I tried this water before and it was okay, and thought the other reviewer a bit harsh. However, with the latest batch it really does taste chemically. Therefore, I will not be buying again. In addition, the remaining bottles have been thrown away.
Submitted by Steve Timmins on 10/2/2016
I have purchased lots of bottles of this water, and found it to be very enjoyable. Pour into glass for best taste.
Submitted by Allison on 3/2/2016
Unfortunately I ordered 8 bottles of this water. It tastes and smells like off gassing plastic or some sort of bad chemical. I would rate this product 0 stars if that was an option.
Submitted by Bridget on 25/1/2016
My tap water sucks so I won't let my children drink it, have researched & tried many mineral waters & for the price this is the best one around. Has a higher Ph(7.8) than Buxton's (7.4). Seeing as I'm buying water I might as well get a decent one
Submitted by olwen669 on 3/2/2015
Really nice water & great value for money.
Submitted by G Burrows on 24/11/2014
My kids drink gallons of this water, I can't keep up. Great price for 2 litres of water. 25p a bottle, great.
Submitted by ang on 14/3/2014
Always have these in the fridge. Good value.
|Typical Values||Mineral Analysis mg per Litre|
|Dry residue at 180°C||342|
|pH (at source)||7.3|