Ice Age Water Analysis:
|TDS||< 5 mg/l|
|Source:||Glacial Melt Water|
|Country of Origin:||Canada|
|Place:||Alpine Creek, Toba Inlet|
|Company:||Ice Age Glacial Water Company|
|phone:||+1 604 323 0772|
Glacial melt water, captured millennia ago and now stored in the ancient glaciers of the Great White North, Canada. Nestled within the Toba Inlet and hidden deep in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, the melt water is collected from the Hat Mountain glacier, which feeds into glacial lakes.
The source is remote from habitation and removed from industry, a location that is environmentally protected by the British Columbia Government. This naturally and unadulterated water is captured and bottled as glaciers melt and flow naturally, allowing us to share a taste that was thousands of years in the making.
Ice Age is sourcing directly from glacial melt waters of Toba Inlet in picturesque British Columbia, Canada. Ice Age Glacial Water Company uses an eco-friendly, sustainable, and environmentally conscious collection method with a minimalist footprint at every stage of the operation to maintain this hidden sanctuary for future generations to enjoy.
Ice Age Glacial Water is a uniquely Canadian experience sourcing melt water from glaciers in place since the Ice Age as a gateway back to nature.