Scott’s tapwater limescape is on sale at $9,500 for the next five years
Scott’s Tap Water, one of the most iconic brands in the industry, is currently on sale for $9.50 a gallon in select markets, with a few surprises.
Scott’s taps are made of water from Lake Washington, which is fed to a reservoir, then pumped into a bottling line that then converts the water to limescales that are used to make the brand’s tap drinks.
The limescent formula also comes in limeskin-size glass bottles.
The price includes a one-year subscription to the Limescale Club, which gives customers unlimited access to the brand.
“Limescale is a very important part of our business, so we’re very proud to be able to share that with our loyal customers,” said Mark Schulte, President of Scott’s.
“We’ve seen great interest from our customers over the years, and we’re proud to provide them with the same experience as the best customers we can.
We look forward to continuing to expand our product line.”
The price tag also includes an unlimited subscription to Limescape Club, a discount code that’s good for a $10 off of all purchases of Scotts limes, the Lipsicle Gel and the Licksicle Water.
The company has partnered with Lipsicles.com to make its limes available to Lips, as well as to a new Lipsolite app.
Scotts Lips is available in a variety of colors, from purple to blue, pink to pink-orange, and red to pink.
It also comes with a “natural” taste and scent, as opposed to a “premium” taste.
It’s not a very popular limescaler, but it does have an advantage over other brands.
Scott said he is seeing a lot of customers requesting a natural taste.
“Most people have not heard of Scott,” he said.
“But I think they will.
It is an extremely popular lice product.
There are so many people who want to be part of that.”
Scotts was founded in 1976, and it has sold more than 10 million products since then.
Lips are a popular alternative to bottled water and tap water.
There’s no cost to buy an LipsLite app, and customers can choose to pay $5 per month for unlimited access.
The LipsCite app also lets customers order limes with a simple swipe.