Content: 9 Liter (€4.22* / 1 Liter)
Luxury water off Greenland's inland icebergs
A continuous sheet of ice covering a surface area greater than 50,000 km2 is known as an ice sheet. These ice sheets are found only in two places on Earth, namely Antarctica and Greenland. The ice sheet, often known as the inland ice, covers around 80% of Greenland. The ice sheet is more than 3 km thick at its deepest point, whereas the inland ice is typically 2 km thick.
In a constant and natural process, the ice sheet fractures, icebergs grow, melt, and eventually sink into the ocean. This ice is a naturally occurring, irreplaceable resource that can be used to collect pure, undisturbed drinking water while it is still available.
That unique taste of 100,000 years
All ground layers have been cut off from the inland ice for more than 100,000 years. Inland ice water has kept its superb state and is free of any pollution because it was generated before anyone ever set foot within the Arctic Circle. Inland Ice Water belongs to a special, rare category since it is the greatest untreated drinking water on the planet with a flavor that is 100,000 years old.
Premium water is ideal for the discerning gourmet palate.
Nowadays, consumers are getting more and more sensitive about the products' quality, farming practices, and geographic origins. In order to face the everyday challenge of providing distinctive flavor sensations that are impossible to forget, discerning restaurant owners and chefs turn to Premium Inland Ice Water.
Because of its composition and quality, Inland Ice water not only has a smooth mouthfeel but also doesn't attach to other ingredients when blended, allowing a variety of diverse flavors to stand out to the fullest.