- When water is boiled or frozen the calcium is precipitated out and causes scaling in kettles or the flecking of ice cubes.
By comparison - ice cubes made from Icelandic Glacial are crystal clear and kettles don't fur up either when using our water.
The PH level of Icelandic Glacial is 7.75 which closely matches the PH of our blood and internal organs.
You can be sure that the first time this water comes into contact with open air is when you break the seal on your bottle and nothing is ever added in or taken out.
- Icelandic Glacial is bottled at the source from the legendary Ölfus Spring, to provide our customers around the world with a product of the very highest quality and exceptional purity, boasting a Total Dissolved Solid (TDS) level of under 68 ppm.
Dissolved Solids or minerals affect the taste and balance of a individual water and the ideal level is considered to be anywhere between 50 - 120 parts per million.
Certain elements such as Calcium adversely affect the taste of water and can also result in undesirable physical effects
The Icelandic Glacial brand is owned and operated by Icelandic Water Holdings ehf. based in Hlidarendi, Ölfus, Iceland.
The company was established in April, 2004 by a group of private investors and with an experienced management team, they have developed a world-class, NSF-certified bottling plant and a super premium category, multi award-winning product under the Icelandic Glacial brand.
The company has been exporting Icelandic Glacial water to appreciative and discerning customers around the world since 2005.
Icelandic Water Holdings ehf. control the exclusive commercial bottling rights to one of the world’s largest natural springs – the Ölfus Spring in Iceland.
Icelandic Water Ltd
Icelandic Water Holdings ehf.