This Bottled Water Puts Wellness In Reach

We kinda wish we were 60% hint water.

October 25, 2017 ● 2 min read

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This may not come as much of a surprise, but we’re pretty enamored with flavor.

It comes with the territory, right? When you spend your days contemplating artful food, you don’t lust after just the blank canvas; you’re there for the full paint kit. The full-throated, the bold, and the rich, alongside the softer undulations of the more subtle. We’re obsessed with adjusting those dials to find tastes that reach for the transcendent.

Remembering to take care of yourself amid the temptations of the modern foodscape is a herculean feat, as far as we’re concerned. The mere existence of Bordelaise sauce is a major hurdle. Hitting the gym is great, but can be a time suck, and there’s only so many ways to eat more leafy greens. The easiest way to do it? Hydration, plain and simple.

Yes, drinking more water is straight-up magic and makes you feel like a fully-functional human, but no one says how you go about it has to be ordinary. Listen, water: we love ya, but sometimes we want something a little jazzier.

To us, wellness (with a capital W and all its supporting bells and whistles) can be distilled down to one thing: eating and drinking to live, instead of the other way around. There’s a reason the best chefs are embracing better habits, and finding ways to do it without sacrificing flavor. The pursuit of health is the new—grass-fed, cold-pressed, locally-sourced—normal.

Hint water gets it. They’ve stepped up the game with water that breaks up the monotony with real fruit infusions and none of the stuff that will throw off your goals, whatever they may be. No metallic diet sweeteners. No calories, no preservatives. It’s vegan and kosher and doesn’t mess around with GMOs. Simplicity, with an eye towards stand-out natural flavors, is king.

No matter what flavor you ride for, there’s a good chance it shows up in hint’s variety pack—a curated case of 12 bottles for $21 that includes watermelon, blackberry, crisp apple, and pineapple. (Since we could use a vacation, we’re currently digging the tropical vibe of the pineapple, but you do you.) And better yet: ChefsFeed readers now have a chance to get the variety pack delivered to your door for only $15 with this link

You don’t need an app, or a light-up bottle to fuel your well-being. Just take a hint—and drink more water.