BRITA Marella Water Filter

BRITA Marella water filter jug food drink Glasgow blog review product

Better with BRITA

Living in a house with horrible chlorine tasting water we are always on the look out for ways to change the taste as well as drink more water.

We use a BRITA Marella filter for our day to day use (Mrs Foodie does like a HUGE glass of diluting juice) and were chuffed to see new colours released – 12 in all. So if you fancy your kitchen to match up, here you go!

We find the chlorine taste and odour is removed quickly from water, and the shape of the jug sits handily into the fridge door for cool water.

BRITA Marella water filter jug food drink Glasgow blog review product

Inside the box you get a jug as well as a starter filter.

The MAXTRA Technology filter transforms tap water into freshly filtered BRITA water by reducing limescale, chlorine and other odour- and taste impairing substances.

BRITA Marella water filter jug food drink Glasgow blog review product

Fit the MAXTRA filter into the jug and fill with water, letting the water run through. Discard and refill. Your jug is ready for use. Press the memo button on the top, this keeps track of the use of your filter and let’s you know when a replacement is needed.

BRITA Marella water filter jug food drink Glasgow blog review product

BRITA are currently heading a Better with BRITA campaign which includes an opportunity to showcase your food at The Big Festival with Jamie Oliver and Alex James. Click here for more details.

BRITA water jug better with BRITA food drink Glasgow,blog

Disclaimer:- We were sent the above item as stated in the post. We have not been paid further for mentioning any of these products in this post. All words and opinions are our own and the links have been included out of courtesy.

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