Highland Spring Water Analysis:
Balance Still & Light
Virginality Very Good
Minerality Low
Orientation Alkaline
Hardness Hard
Carbonation Added
TDS 170 mg/l
ph factor 7.8
Hardness 142 mg/l
Nitrate 3.1 mg/l
Calcium 41 mg/l
Magnesium 10 mg/l
Sodium 6 mg/l
Potassium 1 mg/l
Silica 5 mg/l
Bicarbonate 150 mg/l
Sulfate 5 mg/l
Chloride 6 mg/l
Source: Spring
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Region: Scotland
Place: Blackford
Established: 1979
Status: Not a Member of the Fine Water Society
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The fine, small bubbles make this low mineral content water a favorite of many. Highland Spring is perfect with your scotch, and is also a good water for making ice cubes. The glass bottles have recently been updated to a more elegant presentation.
It’s the land that makes Highland Spring water so special. The privately owned catchment area is over one thousand hectares of rolling heather-clad slopes in the Ochil Hills of Perthshire in Scotland. No farming, agricultural spraying, building or habitation is permitted on the land and it has been kept free from pesticides and pollution for almost three decades. It is this ‘untouched’ approach that has earned the land organic status.
It takes around 15 years for the water to filter through the 400-million-year-old basalt and red sandstone strata to boreholes. These allow it to be gently pumped to the surface, then down to our nearby bottling plant. Highland Spring is delivered to consumers exactly as nature intended. Other than carbonation for our sparkling range, nothing is added or taken away.