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Tuesday, 10 March 2009 06:00

Spring Water - Still

Kiwaii Bottled Water

Kiwaii Description:

Balance Still Still
Virginality Virginality
Minerality Super Low
Orientation Neutral
Hardness Soft
Vintage 6000 years


Kiwaii Analysis:

116 TDS
7.2 ph factor
12.2 Hardness
2.4 Calcium
5.8 Chloride
1.5 Magnesium
0.56 Nitrate
4.6 Potassium
75 Silica
9.1 Sodium
milligrams per liter (mg/l)

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Country of Origin:  New Zealand
Region:  North Island
Place Name:  Blue Spring
Established:  2009
Company:  Kiwaii True Spring Water c/o
Web Site:
phone:  + (1) 877 454 9244

Sourced from the Blue Spring, the water for Kiwaii (pronounced - Kee-WHY-ee) is from an ancient aquifer 250 meters beneath the forest in a protected natural preserve. The water has been filtered through layers of sand and volcanic pumice. Hydrogeologists estimate that it takes rain water falling on the surrounding mountain plateau anywhere from 100 to 6,000 years to reach the aquifer. There are no sources of potential contamination in the aquifer’s recharge area and Kiwaii has a superior Virginality with a Nitrate level well below 1mg/l.

The Blue Spring is protected and managed for sustainability and to insure there is zero impact on the environment. The spring is an abundant source of water averaging 9,240 gallons per minute. The Kiwaii bottle is certified free from Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, and melamine; and no degradable additives are used in manufacturing.

Blue Spring .

Water flows from the New Zealand Blue Spring at a constant rate of 9,240 gallons per minute all year round. The Blue Spring’s large and deep aquifer is slowly but constantly recharged over thousands of years by plentiful rainfall on a large forested plateau.

The Blue Spring is protected by the New Zealand government to insure that water extracted for human use will have zero impact on the environment. Because the water comes directly from a natural spring, we can measure the flow yield and know that we only remove a small fraction of the output. Consumers can be sure that no one is depleting a natural fresh water supply used by local residents and wildlife. We can be confident that the Blue Spring is an abundant, renewable and sustainable natural resource