Most water sterilization processes employ the use of heat to provide clean drinking water that is safe for human consumption. The use of heat, however, also compromises the amount of vital minerals important for your body’s needs. Our unique 4-step filtration method removes particles from the natural mineral water , all the while preserving the minerals that also lend to our water’s delicious taste.
Oxygen is perhaps the most well-established indicator of water quality. Cooler water temperatures result in high concentrations of dissolved oxygen, as is the case for water sourced from mountain springs and streams. Adequate dissolved oxygen is necessary for good water quality, especially in giving our drinking water a better taste naturally without any need of artificial sweeteners.
The pH scale measures the alkalinity-acidity levels of water, where “soft water” is more alkaline and “hard water” is more acidic. This reading is based on the pH scale - pH 0 is the most acidic, pH 7 is neutral, pH 14 is the most alkaline. Alkaline water has higher pH levels, meaning that it helps to neutralize excess acid that may be produced in the stomach due to factors such as stress and diet. The average pH range of tap or bottled water is 6.7 to 7.4 pH, whereas Premium Water has a pH of 8.3.
Our processes have been streamlined from sourcing to water delivery to ensure optimum water safety, freshness, and quality. We enforce a strict policy of daily quality checks and tests, complete with a unique four-step filtration method.