Ceysu Water Analysis:
Balance Still
Virginality Very Good
Minerality Medium
Orientation Alcaline
Hardness Moderately Hard
TDS 414 mg/l
ph factor 7.8 - 8.2
Hardness 95 mg/l
Nitrate 2.8 mg/l
Calcium 32 mg/l
Magnesium 4 mg/l
Sodium 1 mg/l
Bicarbonate 124 mg/l
Sulfate 5 mg/l
Chloride 2 mg/l

Ceysu is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Spring
Country of Origin: Turkey
Region: Antalya
Place:  Saklıkent
Established: 2002
Company: Ceysu
Status: Active
Web Site: www.ceysu.com.tr
phone: +90 242 419 31 80 
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Ceysu natural spring water comes from Saklikent’s Tekirpinar Spring. It is located in a pristine natural setting,approximately 2000 meters above sea level, and is situated within the Taurus Mountains of Southern Turkey. The Ceysu water source has been in existence for many centuries and will continue to thrive for many more.
Ceysu’s water comes from rain and snow which seep slowly through layers of rock, sand and gravel into the Tekirpinar Spring. The aquifer has its own natural filtration process and is a self-replenishing source.
The entire water catchment area is environmentally isolated and protected.  Ceysu natural spring water is taken directly from the aquifer and bottled at the source. It is never chemically treated or physically modified. It remains untouched, until one turns the cap and takes their first sip.  


Mushrooms can have a wide range of taste and mouthfeel but in general they have an umami taste sensation indicating a high level of glutamate. I would love to have a water that does not distract form the earthy/meaty flavor of the mushrooms. A Moderately Hard, slightly alkaline water wit Medium Minerality like Ceysu seems perfect for such dishes