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Chef Juan Carlos Ordoñez | Menú Taste Awards 2018 | 23 de Mayo del 2018 | Restaurante Casa Julián | Guayaqul

 The FineWaters International TASTE & DESIGN AWARDS 2018 included Water & Food Pairing dinner with the four Water Sommeliers from the Jury matching the dishes with waters participating in the competition. See all the dishes and pairings here .....

TASTE & DESIGN AWARDS 2018

  • Still
  • Carbonated
  • glass & pet design
Super Low Minerality (< 50mg/l)
Gold - HealthH2o, Ecuador
Silver - Svalbardi, Norway
Bronze - Snasa, Norway

Low Minerality (< 250mg/l)
Gold - Healsi, Portugal
Silver - Clear Alaskan Glacial, USA
Bronze - Tourmaline Spring, USA

Medium Minerality (< 800mg/l)
Gold - Tesalia, Ecuador
Silver – La Calera, Colombia
Bronze – Aqua Pacific, Fiji
Bronze - Sole, Italy

High Minerality (< 1,500mg/l)
Gold - Aqui-Live, Australia
Silver - Socosani, Peru

Exotic Sources
Gold - De l’Aubier, Canada
Silver - Kona Deep, USA
Bronze - Deeps Gold, South Korea

All Awards #tasteawards2018
Added Carbonation
Gold - Aqui-Live, Australia
Silver - Oravida, New Zealand
Bronze - Abatilles, France
Bronze - Perlage, Poland
Bronze - RIM, Lebanon
Bronze - Raw Lava/Ice, Greenlanf
Bronze - Socosani, Peru

Natural Carbonation
Gold - ROI, Slovenia
Silver - Guitig, Ecuador
Bronze - Pedras, Portugal

All Awards #tasteawards2018
With Fine Waters, the bottle design represents the brand and connects the consumer emotionally to the source of the water. The bottle is an important aspect of a story told.

Glass Design
Gold - Svalbardi, Norway
Silver - ROI, Slovenia
Bronze - Healsi, Portugal

PET Design
Gold - Jackson Springs, Canada
Silver - Waiakea, USA
Bronze - Tahoe Artesian, USA
Bronze - Tourmaline Spring, USA

All Awards #tasteawards2018
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