Radenska Water Analysis:
|Country of Origin:||Slovenia|
|Status:||Not a Member of the Fine Water Society
This very high mineral content water has high levels of bicarbonate, calcium, and potassium. Radenska has a distinct mineral taste and a soft feeling for such a hard water. The naturally sparkling mineral water is considered a sophisticated curative, which gives it a typically European character.
Three mineral springs near the border between Austria and Slovenia supply Radenska: Miral, Radin, and Vrelec. The aquifer is at a shallow depth; deeper volcanic activity lends a natural sparkle to the water. In 1833, Karel Henn became the first to attribute health benefits to the water, which was first bottled in earthen jars in 1869. Visitors to the spa in Radenci have enjoyed the water’s curative properties since 1882.