Mexico City’s daily water consumption equals 133.71 liters per person. By identifying a spectrum of processing, different types of water are examined along with the sites in which they are consumed. From grey to chlorinated water, this mini atlas goes through different ways and venues of water consumption around Mexico City. Chapultepec, a green oasis in the heart of the metropolis is an exemplar of a public park. Water in Mexico is a bottled human right though. The municipality of Iztapalapa serves as a case study for a standard Mexico City household and the Garrafone network that provides the area with purified water. Finally, Six Flags—the most visited theme park in Latin America since 1982—represents the case of a water theme park.