Uliveto Water Analysis:
Balance Effervescent
Virginality Good
Minerality Medium
Orientation Acidic
Hardness Very Hard
Carbonation Natural
TDS 752 mg/l
ph factor 5.8
Hardness 796 mg/l
Nitrate 6.9 mg/l
Calcium 171 mg/l
Magnesium 28 mg/l
Sodium 74 mg/l
Potassium 8 mg/l
Silica 11 mg/l
Bicarbonate 574 mg/l
Sulfate 104 mg/l
Chloride 79 mg/l
Source: Spring
Country of Origin: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Place: Uliveto
Established: 1910
Status: Non-Member of the Fine Water Society
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Uliveto is one of the rare natural sparkling mineral waters of the world. It emerges lightly effervescent from the spring of Vicopisano in a well-known Tuscany Thermal Park called “Parco Termale di Uliveto” . The source is known since ancient times and as far back as 1835 the water has been described as having a beneficial effect on the digestive system.
The first chemical analysis of water was done in 1868 and the distribution of the water began throughout Europe where it became quite famous. The first bottling plant was established in 1910.
Bicarbonate waters like Uliveto help digestion, accelerate the stomach’s emptying process if consumed during mealtimes, and prevent gastric acidity if consumed on an empty stomach.
Uliveto is one of the classic European naturally sparkling waters which should be part of any epicurean table. It is also consider the number one sports water in Italy sponsoring the famous Italian soccer team.
More info can be found at the original Italian website: www.uliveto.it