I was just drinking some water and noticed it has the ppm right on the label. It’s probably on forum somewhere…
I did test the ph and it’s up around 7, so I’d lower it before giving to plants. But this might help some beginners that don’t have calmag/ppm meter.
"The mineral content affects taste as well; Evian contains about 15% of your daily calcium needs if you drink two liters per day. Calcium creates a somewhat “milky” flavor, which contributes to its smooth character.
Evian is one of the few waters in mass distribution that meets the World Health Organization standards for drinking water quality, which states that water should have 200-400 ppm dissolved solids, a pH near 7.0, calcium of 60-80 ppm, and magnesium levels of 20-40 ppm.
It’s very hard to recreate the subtle balance of ionic-minerals, deposited over hundreds of years as water filters through myriad mountain-rocks. The trace minerals add a smooth flavor that is hard to match in any other way."