Mineral Water and Spring Water
Many people are unsure about the two different types of bottled water that are available to consumers in Australia; spring water and mineral water.
There are a few major differences in the two water sources; mostly to do with their origin, bottling process, taste and mineral content.
Spring water is collected directly from a spring after it has risen from underground. It must be bottled at the source. Spring Water is regulated in most countries so that it meets hygiene standards, and may be treated further to adhere to pollution regulations.
Mineral water emerges from under the ground before flowing over rocks. It is then collected, resulting in much higher content of various minerals. It can’t be treated, as spring water can be, except to remove grit and dirt.
According to the BBC, different brands of spring and mineral waters have differing amounts of minerals depending on their source.
There are many arguments between experts and the public about which type of water is better for you, but most agree that spring water is the best. Others also argue that tap water is just as good as either mineral or spring water, though it certainly doesn’t receive the same treatment that Tranquil’s Water undergoes!
Tranquil Water sources the absolute best spring water from Kulnura on the NSW Central Coast. The water is taken through a comprehensive microfiltration and ozonation process to ensure that the is completely pure and free from dirt. The process also kills any bacteria – resulting in fresh, crisp and clean water for you and your family or your office to enjoy.
Not only is Tranquil Water the freshest and best tasting bottled water on the market, it also comes at the lowest price in Sydney! Right now you can orderbottled spring water for only $8.50 per 15 litre bottle!
Tranquil Water will also happily beat any other price!