Agua de las misiones Gourmet Water Analysis:
Balance Still & Light
Virginality Very Good
Minerality Low
Orientation Neutral
Hardness Slightly Hard
Vintage  
Carbonation Added
   
TDS 148 mg/l
ph factor 7.3
Hardness 40 mg/l
Nitrate 3.8 mg/l
Calcium 11 mg/l
Magnesium 3 mg/l
Sodium 20 mg/l
Potassium 1 mg/l
Silica  
Bicarbonate 90 mg/l
Sulfate 4 mg/l
Chloride 26 mg/l

Agua de las misiones Gourmet is a Member of the Fine Water Society


“Agua de las misiones Gourmet” comes from Misiones Province in the Argentinian Mesopotamia, where one of the new natural wonders of the world – Iguazú Falls - is placed. Nature is especially rich in this area: virgin rain forests, rivers, streams, falls and cascades that host the largest biodiversity of the whole country.
 
The mineral water that allowed the development of 11 Jesuit-Guarani Missions of the Province in the 18th Century flows underground; the same water that still today provides vitality to the whole region. The area is also blessed by the waters from one of the biggest reservoirs of fresh water on the planet: the Guarani Aquifer System (GAS).
 
Because of its low nitrate and sodium content, Agua de las Misiones Gourmet provides additional wellness to consumers. The water is captured at 21.8 º C, bottled at source under stricts controls of safety and hygiene, arriving at the consumers´table without additives or preservative agents, just as pure as it offered by nature.
 
Agua de las misiones Gourmet is extracted from the Santa Maria well at depths of 114 m in an area of minimal human activity, which protects the aquifer from any kind of contamination originated in anthropic activities.
 

#FineWatersPairings

Razor clams stir fried with some soy sauce and a hint of sweet in this dish from Shanghai would match perfectly with a neutral Low Minerality water maybe even lightly sparkling like Agua de las misiones Gourmet in the glass presentation.