SwissMountain Water Analysis:
Balance Still & Light
Virginality Superior
Minerality High
Orientation Neutral
Hardness Very Hard
Carbonation Added
TDS 660 mg/l
ph factor 7.5
Hardness  459 mg/l
Nitrate 2.7 mg/l
Calcium 145 mg/l
Magnesium 24 mg/l
Sodium 5 mg/l
Potassium 3 mg/l 
Silica 7 mg/l
Bicarbonate 159 mg/l
Sulfate 330 mg/l
Chloride 7 mg/l

SwissMountain is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Spring
Country of Origin: Switzerland
Region: Central Switzerland
Place: Termen, Valais
Established: 2007
Company: SwissMountain International
Status: Active
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Both "SwissMountain" and its sister brand "Swiss" originate from the heart of the SWISS ALPS, not far from the world-famous resort village of Zermatt. The source is a natural spring, fed by a high Alpine reservoir 60 meters below ground, well-protected by the earth’s soil and sedimentation dating back to the last ice age. Rain and snowmelt filter through the glacier-topped mountains of the Swiss Alps, and during its long journey through loose rock and gravel deposits from the last ice age, the water takes on its very own character. The water is finally captured in the aquifer in a layer of glacier rocks. At the source, the water flows evenly at a constant temperature of about 10 degrees Celsius and is captured into a sealed modern production system that places the water directly into the 100% recyclable and high-quality PET bottles.

SwissMountain and Swiss are bottled in partnership with giant SWISS COOP, a major Swiss retail, and food cooperative – a corporation of excellence. Both brands draw their water from the same spring as SwissAlpina, the leading Swiss domestic COOP brand.

SwissMountain has adopted a ‘multiple brand strategy’, i.e., in addition to natural and sparkling versions, SwissMountain is also offering natural, sugar-free, and vegan flavored water under the SM umbrella. The lemon-flavored water, certified by Bio Suisse, is a calorie-free refreshment flavored with sun-ripened Sicilian lemons. Other flavors include orange and mint.


Prosciutto and similar cured meats require a water with a neutral but harder water with ample Minerality. A TDS of about 1000 mg/l like in SwissMountain would be my ideal choice. My personal choice would be the sparkling version for some texture but both still and sparkling would work very well.