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

FINEWATERS Guide Book

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Spring Water - Sparkling

Trinity Bottled Water

Trinity Description:


Balance Not Rated
Carbonation A

 

Trinity Analysis:


195 TDS
9.6 ph factor
0.008 Arsenic
1.4 Calcium
3.0 Chloride
ND Chromium
3.6 Fluordine
47.6 Hydrogeniccarbonate
ND Iron
0.05 Magnesium
1.2 Potassium
74.6 Silica
48.8 Sodium
18.0 Sulphates
milligrams per liter (mg/l)

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

Country of Origin:  USA
Region:  Idaho
Place Name:  Trinity Mountains, Paradise
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Trinity

Paradise sits atop the Idaho Batholith, the geological name for an enormous underground granite formation estimated to be more than 20 miles deep. The batholith covers more than 23,000 square miles, making it one of the largest in the world. TRINITY flows to the surface of the earth through crystal-lined granite faults by means of geothermal pressure, and reaches the surface at 138°F.

TRINITY's power and heat bring it bubbling to the surface as a natural rock spring without any boreholes, pumps, or other man-made extraction devices. This natural system contributes to the source's purity and infuses TRINITY with natural minerals.

TRINITY is carbon-dated at more than 16,000 years old. For most of that time, TRINITY has been boiling and purifying within the earth. It emerges at 138°F, perfected over a vast period of time.