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Balbin Water Analysis:
Balance Still
Virginality Very Good
Minerality Medium
Orientation Hint of Sweet
Hardness Very Hard
TDS  552 mg/l
ph factor 8
Hardness  255 mg/l
Nitrate 3 mg/l
Calcium 70 mg/l
Magnesium 23 mg/l
Sodium 27 mg/l
Potassium 4 mg/l
Silica 13
Bicarbonate 346
Sulfate  55 mg/l
Chloride 4 mg/l

Balbin is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Artesian
Country of Origin: Czech Republic
Region: South Moravia
Place: Brno
Established: 2022
Company: Lagos s.r.o
Status: Active
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Part of the pleasure we derive from a gastronomical experience comes not only from the quality and taste of the dish but also from its presentation and the setting in which we enjoy it. ‘We eat with our eyes’ is a common saying, but our eyes see more than just the plate in front of us. From the interior design to the packaging of beverages served on the table, for those who find pleasure in fine dining, the details are what count. Balbin was created with this particular intention— to be a companion in a unified Epicurean experience.

The logo, kiln-fired at 600 degrees from real gold, and the premium thick-walled glass encasement make Balbin a stand-alone statement of elegance on any fine dining table. 
Balbin was designed with durability in mind in order to maximize its reusability. Bottles are therefore returnable and washed at our bottling site in a specialized machine using only high pressure and our ozonated water to disinfect them. To ensure the maximum freshness of our product, Balbin only bottles water upon a client's order and delivers it within a few days. The small-scale production is governed by prudent manual processing at our source site. An individual takes each bottle one by one, fills it, seals it, and checks its state before being placed into crates, ready to be distributed.

The Balbín spring, the origin of Balbin water, is located in a deep artesian lake within the second largest city of Czechia. Hydrogeologist Tomáš Kuchovský from Masaryk University describes this underground lake as a massive aquarium filled with sand, sealed by an impermeable clay layer, safeguarding the water from pollutants and contamination. The geological formation dates back millions of years, when Brno resembled a valley akin to the Grand Canyon (Kuchovský, 2020). Today, this historical valley is filled with artesian water continuously replenished and purified by rocks.

The Balbín spring naturally releases highly mineralized water, and to optimize its suitability for daily consumption, Balbin employs a natural ozonation process. This method effectively reduces unwanted compounds while preserving essential minerals. The ozonation occurs on-site, and the water is then meticulously hand-bottled directly into glass bottles.

Over the years, the local public health office has consistently monitored water parameters, meeting optimal standards for essential quality criteria outlined by the Czech Ministry of Health.