Tipperary Water Analysis:
|Balance||Still & Effervescent|
|Country of Origin:||Italy|
|Place:||Alba di Canazei|
|Status:||Non-Member of the Fine Water Society|
The Dolomites are in the north-east of Italy, between the Austrian border in the north and the big Venetian plain on the south.
The area is ruled by a local ancient ethnic people that inhabited the Dolomites for fifteen centuries, the Ladins. They preserve and defend nature and its resources.
Back in 2006 Cedea spring was discovered, unveiling a new, superior quality mineral water. Its unique features are due to the hidden layers of the Dolomite mountains of the area, hundreds of million years old, that through their filter process make the water so special.
It’s the only mineral water source in the area, located at the feet of the Marmolada Mountain, the Queen of the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage. This high-quality water has exceptional features. It was called Cedea, after the Goddess of Life of the local legends.
Cedea comes to life at fifteen hundred meters above the sea level. It spills out from the bare rock with its own energy, flowing straight into its bottle with no human intervention needed. Extraordinarily. the features of this water keep extremely steady on all the parameters.
The Cedea glass design blends together three elements, shaping its style.
The Dolomites colors. The Enrosadira, peculiar reddish color of the Dolomite rock at sunrise and sunset, and the Blue sky that it blends into. The bottle’s bottom is intensely colored and deeply carved with the Cedea Rose symbol.
The water flow of the Cedea spring, that spills out from the bare rock with its own energy and vitality. The flow is actually visible and it is resembled by three spiral lines on the bottle’s body.
The Cedea brand, developed together with the glass bottle, is based on the name of the Water Goddess of Life, in the Ladin historical legends. The logo is vertically shaped as an elegant rose flower with a long stem, recalling to the legendary Enrosadira’s Garden of Roses.
Cedea water inside its bottle glares and shines lively and vividly colored, like the natural paradise of its birthplace.