When my wife and I were first married we used a Brita pitcher and filters for our coffee, but drank from the tap.
Only our drinking water. We use a couple of the Brita filters. It makes our water taste a little better. If we are going to be cooking, we use the water straight from the tap. But coffee, tea, and the like we use the filtered water.
Environmental cost I understand, and, when I was younger, the idea of ordering water in a pub, or having a bottle of water to drink from as one walked the streets, or sat in one's office, would have struck me as completely crazy.For drinking cold, no. Never have. However, I use a Brita filter for all water that goes into the kettle or my espresso machine. Not for taste, but to remove the limescale/scum when the water is heated.
Don't like the idea of mineral water, as most has less minerals than my tap water. Plus, the environmental cost.
If I wasn't renting, I'd probably install a softener (bypassed for drinking water) so that washing/showering etc was better for my skin and required less soap. Had hard water when I lived in central London, and have somehow managed to find a rare place in Switzerland that is supplied with hard water too. Apparently, it's good for you.
I looked for a Kenmore 10658982800 without luck.Yeah, our fridge has a water dispenser with a filter that has to be changed every 6 months.
For anyone with a similar setup, you can now buy AmazonBasics replacement filters for all the popular brands at a fraction of the OEM cost. Like this: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Replacement-Refrigerator-Water-Filter/dp/B07CH9W2WP/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1543208037&sr=8-5