It is a feeble, characterless, uninspiring sort of stuff, and almost as undrinkable
as if it had been made in an American hotel.
It was quite undrinkable
. I wasn't at all surprised.
Housed in the castle is the world's largest wine cask, a relic from the days when the region's vineyard products were poured together to create an almost undrinkable
I also went to see a Chinese doctor a couple of times but the herbs I had to boil up tasted so awful that it was almost undrinkable
It is profoundly disappointing for a consumer to spend $6.99 for a six-pack, open the first bottle and find it undrinkable
As UAEU physics student and ZEOPI team leader Baraa Ahmed, 20, explains: Our project entails making the undrinkable
to be drinkable with a very high standard, since most of the water that we drink is unmineralised.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Water newsletter: A new study says climate change is making California's drought worse, Los Angeles uses shade balls to protect its reservoir and we've got coverage of a trial over undrinkable
water in Webb County.
Gripes about the canteen and other cafes in the West London centre included "dust-dry" toast, "undrinkable
" coffee and "shameful" service.
Another common problem is fruit fly infection of the brew, which turns the hooch into an undrinkable
He said two million people, the majority children, die every year because of undrinkable
Nearly 97% of the world's water is salty or otherwise undrinkable
. Another 2% is locked in ice caps and glaciers, leaving just 1% for all humans' needs
He complained the imaginary champagne was tasteless and a pint of bitter was undrinkable
, served up by Higson, who made a brief appearance as Gomez the waiter.