Highland Spring Still 24 x 330ml Glass
People have been drinking water from the spring at Evian-les-Bains since the late 1700s. Today Evian is world renowned for its purity and taste being drawn from protected land in the French Alps.
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Buxton Natural Mineral Water is utterly pure and full of vitality helping you make the most out of every day.
Buxton water is rainfall from over 5000 years ago, which has slowly filtered through the ancient limestone of the Derbyshire Peak District. Deep underground, the water changes course and rises up through 1500 metres of British bedrock to emerge, crisp and delicious, in Buxton. This natural filtration makes Buxton one of the purest natural mineral waters in Europe.
Highland Spring Still 24 x 500ml PetHighland Spring Still 24 x 500ml Pet
Our natural water is drawn from the Ochil Hills, Perthshire, from land certified organic by the Soil Association. Feel Full of the Joys with refreshing spring water that’s as pure as can be.
We care passionately about the environment, so every day we work hard to reduce our carbon footprint. To find out how, please visit our website below.
Highland Spring Sparkling 12 x 1lt GlassHighland Spring Sparkling 12 x 1lt Glass
Drinking plenty of water is great for our health and vitality, but in the busy office environment – and on days filled with consecutive meetings and appointments – drinking enough can be difficult. Our extensive range of bottled water is an ideal solution, and is also suitable for clients and guests visiting your organisation.
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At the heart of every bottle of Highland Spring is a story that dates back 400 million years. This is when the ancient red sandstone and basalt layers of the Ochil Hills were formed – the same hills that today are the home of Highland Spring and account for its unique, natural taste. Every drop of rain that falls on our protected hillside makes a 15-year journey though the landscape, trickling slowly down through the heather and deep into the rock bed on its way to the source of Highland Spring.