OSE Water Analysis:
Balance Still
Virginality Superior
Minerality Super Low
Orientation Acidic
Hardness Soft
Vintage  
Carbonation  
   
TDS 26 mg/l
ph factor 6.4
Hardness 10 mg/l
Nitrate 0.2 mg/l
Calcium 3 mg/l
Magnesium 0.5 mg/l
Sodium 3 mg/l
Potassium 1 mg/l
Silica  
Bicarbonate 13 mg/l
Sulfate 3 mg/l
Chloride 2 mg/l

OSE is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Spring
Location:  
Country of Origin: Norway
Region: Southern Norway
Place: Ose
Established: 2018
Company: Ose Water AS
Status: Active
Web Site: www.osewater.com
phone: +47 40 920 7950
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Water has always been the core of the existence of Ose. Ose is a small village in Setesdal, Norway. Ose means “where the water always flows".  Since the Stone Age humans have cherished the protected water which comes from the unique geological formations of the Nordic mountains, shaped over 800 million years ago. This is the home of Ose Water.  For centuries, only a few families have been nourished by water from this authentic source. 
 
During the ice age the base was formed for Ose water. The glacier shaped the land of Norway and built the unique 400-meter-tall formation of rocks and gravel to make the perfect aquafer for Ose water. 
A mountainous, wild, beautiful and uninhabited area collects the water into a unique clean and fresh water source. 
 
The deep underground formations at Ose has an ideal size of grains and minerals. The mineral water is produced by the high hydrostatic water pressure being forced through the formation. Over this ideal water producing layers are layers of low permeable formations which secure an ultimate protection of the reservoir. 
 
For centuries, the hydrostatic water pressure has been forcing fresh water through these formations to form an underground reservoir of superior quality mineral water. By tapping into this highly protected underground reservoir Ose Water can deliver the premium natural mineral water from the Ose source in Setesdal.