Bottle of water for $24…? Welcome to Bling H2O

Bling H2OBottled at its source in Dandridge, TN the award-winning Bling H2O bottled water is an extravagant fashion accessory rather than a sensibly-priced drink.   Bottles come in two sizes, with prices starting at $24 for 750ml. The frosted glass bottles themselves are studded in Swarovski crystals. Definitely one for those with more money than sense in my opinion!

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  1. What person in their right mind would buy such a bottle of water? I’m pretty sure the company will be giving away the drink at movie premieres and sending ditzy Paris Hilton a few cases to carry around for starters.

    If you ever wanted to be like your favorite rapper and drink Crystal (pronounced cris-TAL) but don’t have the stomach for alcohol then Bling Beverages might have an answer for you. Bling Beverages LLC has developed Bling H2O, a new drinking water tailor for the super-rich consumer. The bottles of water come in frosted and corked bottles with genuine Swarovski crystals that spell out the “Bling” in Bling H2O on the bottle. The creator of the water commented that “Bling H2O is to bottled water what Rolls Royce is to automobiles; a premium product with premium packaging that merits a premium price. Bling is a stand-alone beverage as well as the perfect compliment to your favorite cocktail.”

  2. […] Talk about expensive water! If you thought Bling H20 – at $24 for a 750ml bottle – was expensive, then think again.  Kona Nigari water is apparently selling at $33.50 for a mere 2 ounce bottle.  Yes, you read that right… that’s seawater at more than $2,000 per gallon.  The only saving grace is that this is a concentrate and to be mixed with normal water. The reason for the hype and sky-high prices?  The Japanese have a thirst for the stuff.  Desalinated deep-sea water is being marketed as a dietary supplement out there, and is said to aid weight loss, stress reduction, skin tone and digestion. Possibly related posts: […]

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