Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Gerolstein Spring

Gerolstein Spring is the source of the Gerolsteiner Sprudel water, which was first bottled in the mid 19th century. The water comes from a deep volcanic source on the heart of wooded highlands between the Rhine and Moselle River valleys.

1958 Gerolsteiner Sprudel water
Archeological evidence dates knowledge of the waters to Roman times and even prehistory. Volcanic activity near the aquifer naturally carbonates the water to about 3.5 mg/L.

Classified as naturally carbonated with a low pH, this water has been a famous health tonic since 1888.

The bottles were initially stone and replaced with glass in the 1930s. Only 2.5% of production is exported.
Gerolstein Spring

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