Hawaiian Springs Water Analysis:
Balance Still
Virginality Superior
Minerality Low
Orientation Hint of Sweet
Hardness Slightly Hard
Vintage 30 Days
TDS 84 mg/l
ph factor 7.7
Hardness 31 mg/l
Nitrate 0.44 mg/l
Calcium 6.4 mg/l
Magnesium 3.4 mg/l
Sodium 6.5 mg/l
Potassium 1.9 mg/l
Silica 22 mg/l
Bicarbonate 28.9 mg/l
Sulfate 5 mg/l
Chloride 4 mg/l
Source: Artesian
Country of Origin: USA
Region: Big Island, Hawaii
Place: Kea'au, District of Puna
Established: 1995
Status:   Not a Member of the Fine Water Society
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Hawaii’s Big Island is one the most isolated on earth, 2,400 miles from the nearest landmass and surrounded by 10 million square miles of ocean. It is home to Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes rising 33,000’ from the ocean floor.

Artic moisture traveling thousands of miles converts to rainfall, and even snow, as it hits the mountain slopes. With annual rainfall over 140” a year, this is one of the most bountiful sources of artesian water in the world. In fact, Hawaiian Springs’ aquifer is plentiful enough to supply over 2X world demand for bottled water.

As it percolates through porous lava rock, Nature’s perfect filter, one of the finest waters in the world is created. On a scientific clarity scale of 0 – 10, Hawaiian Springs Water consistently tests at 0.01 or below.

Not only is it clear, but due to its volcanic source, it acquires a special blend of minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, silica) and electrolytes along the way. This accounts for its soft mouth feel and distinctively clean, slightly sweet taste.

Hawaiian Springs has a pH of 7.7 and has a low mineral content of 84 mg/l.

Hawaiian Springs is bottled at the source!