Avalis Glacier Water
THE ORIGINS OF AVALIS GLACIER WATER
Brought down by the force of gravity, the still icy water travels towards the ocean through prehistoric lava rock, filtered to create a water that is naturally alkaline, low in total dissolved solids and arguably the purest in the world.
FROM GLACIER TO GLASS
Water with a pH of 8.3
Natural Electrolytes and Mineral composition(Mg/L)
Calcium 26, Magnesium 26, Sulfates 14, Silica 15, Chlorides 26, Bicarbonates 360
Avalis water has low Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) of ~ 50 ppm (roughly, 25% of many other waters)
Glaciers and ice caps are the largest store of fresh water on earth. They naturally store and release water as the seasons change to create a vital, life-giving source of fresh water for plants, animals and people around the world.
The source of Avalis water, the famous Eyjafjallajokull Glacier, lies high in the highlands of Southern Iceland and has gathered many secrets since forming over 2,500 years ago. Its gift to the world is a rare, natural source of pristine water.
They harvest less than 1% of the water that flows naturally from the glacier, before testing it at a state-of-the-art production facility to guarantee its quality and purity and leaving the remainder to continue its natural journey into the ocean untouched. The facility is almost entirely powered by local renewable energy sources and only UV treatment and filtration are required to harvest the water.
Avalis Glacier Water is the essence of Iceland.
Iceland is a country of natural wonders, dramatic landscapes and diverse wildlife whose hardy people are known for their love and respect of nature.
Visitors come from all over the world to experience its raw and pure beauty - keen to hike in its spectacular wilderness, bathe in its thermal springs, glimpse the Northern Lights and taste some of the purest water in the world.