In the first of this topic, Lisa 910908 wrote, "Yes, but note that the priest uses sacramental water to wash his hand and wash away his sins. There's a big difference."
There is nothing special about the water used by the Priest at the offertory when he washes his hands. It is not blessed, so in that sense it is not "sacramental water."
In the Extraordinary form of the Mass, the priest cleans the patent used by the altar server under the chin of the communicant as well as the patent on which the large host he uses at the Consecration rested by brushing any flakes of the host that might be there with his index finger into the chalice. He then holds the chalice with the thumb and index fingers of both hands extended over the chalice while the alter server pours water over his fingers into the chalice. In that way any residue of the hosts on his fingers are washed off. He then drinks the water and wipes the chalice dry.
You could refer to the water in the chalice as "sacramental water," at this point because it may contain crumbs from the consecrated hosts as well as minute drops of the consecrated wine. But until it was poured over his fingers, there was nothing special about the water.
This is not a practice in the Novus Ordo.