Uludağ Premium Sparkling Natural Mineral Water Analysis:
Balance Effervescent
Virginality Superior
Minerality Very High
Orientation Acidic
Hardness Very Hard
Carbonation Added
TDS 1,262 mg/l
ph factor 5.6
Hardness 736mg/l
Nitrate 0.9 mg/l
Calcium 179 mg/l
Magnesium 72 mg/l
Sodium 160 mg/l
Potassium 25 mg/l
Silica  34 mg/l
Bicarbonate 1,430mg/l
Sulfate 19 mg/l
Chloride 52 mg/l
Source: Spring
Country of Origin: Turkey
Region: Marmara Region, Anatolia
Place: Çaybaşı, Mount Uludağ
Established: 1912
Status: Non-Member of the Fine Water Society
Web Site:  
Social Media:  

Uludağ Sparkling Natural Mineral Water is bottled at the same source since 1912, located in the Çaybaşı Village of Mount Uludağ, at an altitude of 2,543 meters.
Since that day, millions of people have been drinking Uludağ Sparkling Natural Mineral Water. Rich in calcium (strengthens bones), magnesium (beneficial for the heart and blood vessels), bicarbonate (aids the stomach and digestive system) and fluoride (strengthens teeth), Uludağ Sparkling Natural Mineral Water has a balanced and beneficial composition of minerals.
The mountain at the source was called Olympos in 500 BC and Keşiş Dağı in 1300 AC, Mount Uludağ began to be called with its current name in 1925.
Uludağ Sparkling Natural Mineral Water originates from an alluvial cover enriched with crystalline schist and magnetic roots, and the geological structure of the area is called the “Mount Uludağ complex”.
The water comes in an outstanding cobalt blue glass bottle and with an easy twist off cap. The bottle was designed by world-famous Ece & Ayşe Ege of Dice Kayek, an internationally renowned Turkish fashion design firm.
The source for Uludağ Sparkling Natural Mineral Water - then called Keşiş Mountain mineral water - was purchased by İbrahim Talat Bey and Monsieur Brune on July 6, 1870. The company received its operating license from Sultan Mehmet Reşat Han at the Dolmabahçe Palace on May 26, 1912. During those years, partners of the Keşiş Mountain Mineral Water business included Sıtkı Bey (Ulusu) from Crete, and Monsieur Bourousine, to whom Monsieur Brune transferred his shares in 1890. In the 1920's, following the death of İbrahim Talat Paşa, his shares were transferred to his wife Şerife Hanife Güzide and the Italian investor Guido Parodi. Around this time, French investor Monsieur Bourousine's shares were also transferred to partners.