Here are the winners of the TASTE & DESIGN AWARDS, Stockholm 2019



STILL | Super Low Category

Gold: Thunderbird, Canada

Silver: Svalbardi, Norway

Bronze: Spring Aqua, Finland


STILL | Low Category

Gold: Bambito, Panama

Gold: Pineo, Spain

Silver: Driftless. USA

Bronze: CEDEA, Italy


STILL | Medium Category

Gold: Beloka Water, Australia

Silver: Abatilles, France

Bronze: Szigetkozi, Hungary


STILL | High Category

Gold: Valdemarkilden, Denmark

Silver: Socosani, Peru

Bronze: Aqui-Live, Australia



ADDED Carbonation | Super Low Category

Gold: Spring Aqua, Finland

Silver: Lofoten, Norway

Silver: Veen, Finland

Bronze: Snasa, Norway


ADDED Carbonation | Low Category

Gold: Puyehue, Chile

Silver: Zaros, Greece

Bronze: Cabreiroa, Spain


ADDED Carbonation | Medium Category

Gold: Beloka Water, Australia

Silver: Agua Castello (blue cap), Portugal

Bronze: Vellamo, Finland


ADDED Carbonation | High Category

Gold: Aqui-Live, Australia

Silver: Socosani, Peru

Bronze: None


NATURAL Carbonation

Gold: Pedras, Portugal

Silver: Roi, Slovenia

Bronze: Magma de Cabreiroa, Spain
Bronze: Magnificat, Potugal



Gold: Nevas, Germany

Silver: Minvino # 3, Sweden


DESIGN AWARDS, Stockholm 2019



Gold: Vellamo, Finland

Silver: Svalbardi, Norway

Bronze: Roi, Slovenia



Gold: 383 Kopjary Water, Hungary

Silver: Petroglyph, Russia

Silver: Spring Aqua, Finland

Bronze: Jackson Spring, Canada



Gold: Magma de Cabreiroá - Semi (black), Spain



Bag in a BOX  DESIGN

Gold: Rising Spring, USA



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