Bottled Water of the World

FINEWATERS Guide Book
A Connoisseur's Guide to the World of Premium Bottled Waters
By Michael Mascha

Reviews 100 of the world’s best-loved bottled water brands, their sources, composition, flavors, and historical backgrounds, along with expert analysis and full-color photos throughout.

ISBN 9781624545989 | US $ 24.95

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Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

Spring Water - Still

Voda Voda Bottled Water

Voda Voda Description:


Balance Still Still
Virginality Virginality
Minerality Medium
Orientation Neutral
Hardness Very Hard
Carbonation A
Vintage 7,700 years

 

Voda Voda Analysis:


383 TDS
7.23 ph factor
77.7 Calcium
8.8 Chloride
0.5 Fluordine
390 Hydrogeniccarbonate
15.8 Magnesium
3.1 Potassium
37.0 Sodium
15.2 Sulphates
milligrams per liter (mg/l)

For more details see: Minerals and Mineral Water & Sparkling Water

Country of Origin:  Serbia
Region:  Kolubara
Place Name:  Vrujci Spa
Established:  2004
Company:  Arteska Int. Company
Web Site:  www.arteska.com
phone:  +381 24 626 600
fax:  +381 24 626 619
email:  sales@arteska.com
 
Voda Voda

A medium mineral content water with nice levels of bicarbonates from a source, long associated with healing waters, in a very modern plastic bottle not out of place in an epicurean setting.

Voda Voda is the natural spring water from the Vrujci Spa, which has been famous since the end of the XIX century. The Vrujci Spa is in the north-western part of Serbia, at the northern base of the Suvobor mountains in the Toplica River valley.

The water emerging from the spring comes from a depth of 896ft, and it is naturally filtered through lime-stone layers. Its original state of the water is preserved by bottling it directly from the spring, without additional treatments and chemical processes. The water is carbon dated to 7. 700 ± 150 years.

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