Gloria Patri Water Analysis:
|Country of Origin:||Portugal|
|Place:||Serra do Trigo.|
|Status:||Non-Member of the Fine Water Society|
The Archipelago of the Azores, part of Portugal, is located far out in the North Atlantic Ocean, well-insulated of the planet's growing pollution. St. Miguel island alone, where the source is located, holds 6 volcanic complexes along many natural treasures. One of such treasure is the unique aquifer deep inside and around the Furnas volcanic complex, on the far east of the island. An immense volume of naturally purified still and sparkling waters is kept protected from all planetary sources of pollution.
There are many springs displaying different unique properties and the Furnas dormant volcano has an important spring of still water baptized as Gloria Patri. It reflects a human recognition of heavenly pure water, the source of life. This water has a low mineralization and a neutral, pH.
Gloria Patri still spring water of volcanic origin is available in glass bottles of 1.0L and 0.5L as well as PET bottles of 1.5L, 0.5L, and 0.33L.
The water is filtered through several different layers of volcanic porous and less porous rocks and “sees” the light of day for the first time in thousands of years when it is bottled at the source.