+1 I agree, all though I do live in a town that the water is disgusting. It leaves white junk on the glasses and cups, I have to use fabric softener or the clothes are rough. Now if I lived in Austin, I would hesitate to use the city water, except when the algae is in bloom (Austin uses river water that has been treated). If it works for brewing, I cannot see any reason not to use it in mead.
Primary: Cider House Rules Cider
Tertiary: Sweet Dried Cherry/Vanilla Mead, Prickly Pear Mead, Jalapeno-Peach Sweet Mead
Bottled: Huajillo Honey Mead - 4 bottles only, first ever mead, Light Draft Style Cider, Raspberry Mead, Hibiscus Mead, JAOM, Peach Melba Mead, Limoncello, Kahlua, Spiced Winter Cider, Orange/Vanilla Mead