SwissMountain Water Analysis:
Balance Still & Light
Virginality Superior
Minerality Medium
Orientation Neutral
Hardness Very Hard
Carbonation Added
TDS 537 mg/l
ph factor 7.3
Hardness 316 mg/l
Nitrate 0.1 mg/l
Calcium 88 mg/l
Magnesium 24 mg/l
Sodium 5 mg/l
Silica 17 mg/l
Bicarbonate 371 mg/l
Sulfate 22 mg/l
Chloride 5.9 mg/l

SwissMountain is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Spring
Country of Origin: Switzerland
Region: Central Switzerland
Place: Bad Knutwil
Established: 2007
Company: SwissMountain International
Status: Active
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Discovered in 1461, SwissMountain originates under a former glacier at the base of the Swiss Alps. Protected from any pollutants by natural filters of rock and clay layers, it bubbles naturally to the top of the source in its lightest and purest form.
The uniqueness of SwissMountain is derived from its balanced mineralization, making it very food-friendly. SwissMountain is very low in nitrates, sulfates and sodium, which makes the water very special and rare.
In fact, it was already used in the 18th century for cures, spas and hospitals in treatments curing rheumatic diseases. It is especially suitable for low sodium diets and the preparation of baby food.
SwissMountain premium mineral water is bottled in both a 'still' and a food-friendly 'lightly sparkling' version.
The virtually ‘No Nitrates, No Uranium’ basic composition of the water and moderate levels of sodium and sulfate make SwissMountain a very harmonious experience - light, neutral and pleasant to drink. Simply good for your health from an unspoiled water source in the Swiss Alps that has a remarkable protective seal and a particular geological formation.


Prosciutto and similar cured meats require a water with a neutral but harder water with ample Minerality. A TDS of about 500mg/l like in SwissMountain would be my ideal choice. My personal choice would be the sparkling version for some texture but both still and sparkling would work very well.