New Mexico City’s Casa del Agua Serves Filtered Rainwater in Reusable Glass Bottles

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We love tap water. That much should probably be clear by now. But we’ve just discovered a whole new passion.

Rainwater.

A new artisan café, Casa del Agua, in New Mexico City serves filtered rainwater in reusable glass bottles. The water is meticulously cleaned and filtered and then rematerialised and ionized, increasing its alkaline and antioxidant properties.


(Image: Jaime Navarro and Rocío Serna)

It hasn’t overtaken our passion for tap (nothing ever will) and of course, it has a higher price tag than it’s tap equivalent but we like the rise in local, all-conserving, plastic-bottle-free water.

P.S. Like this? Then you’ll like the news that plastic bottles under 1L have been banned in this town in Massachusetts.