If you haven’t tasted Castle Rock Water, you haven’t tasted water.Water from the tap masks the taste of real water. Chemicals, either added artificially or leeched from the pipes, alter the taste of water. You might taste chlorine or salt or any number of other treatments added to the water.Take a close look at many bottled water brands and you’re likely to see the words, “Minerals added for taste.”Companies wouldn’t do that if their water was pure and natural from the start.As we head into the holiday season and people prepare for gatherings with friends and family, here are 9 reasons why Castle Rock Water is the better choice for you and the people you love.
1. The Source of our Water
Our water is sourced from Mount Shasta, one of the continent’s highest peaks at 14,162 feet. It’s also been called one of the “highest-energy” places on the planet and is revered for its spiritual qualities.
2. Natural Filtration
The water takes at least 100 years to naturally filer through Mt. Shasta’s layers of granite, gem infused rock, gold, and green jade. It flows through old lava tubes and exits the mountain in pure energetic streams.
3. No Artificial Nutrients
Our water contains naturally occurring minerals and trace elements, no added artificial nutrients.
4. Never Touched
From glacier to glass, our water goes completely untouched by human hands to ensure a premium quality product.
5. Alkaline Water
Our water has a clean, crisp and refreshing taste. It’s naturally alkaline spring water.
We use 55 percent recycled glass bottles to protect the environment and ensure the best quality and taste.
8. Guaranteed Quality and Social Responsibility
We are FDA, California Spring Water, Kosher, and Fair for Life certified and approved.
9. Humanitarians at Work
Lastly, we pay a fair price for our water and give back to support our local community.BONUS:Castle Rock Water was named the best tasting water in the world at the 2014 Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting Competition. Why? Because it tastes the way water should.There’s are no other bottled water companies in the U.S. that can make these claims, and we are proud to make Castle Rock Water available to you. We hope you enjoy!
There are more than 500 bottled water companies in Germany. In the United States, just four companies dominate more than 98 percent of bottled water sales.Quality drinking water is a big deal across the Atlantic. People there expect bottled water to taste great. Here in the U.S. people will drink anything in a bottle that has a pretty label.Germans know what makes good drinking water, and their analysis of water can be more rigorous than it is here. That’s why we had Castle Rock Water analyzed in Germany, where it was classified as an “Excellent” drinking water.Here is a link to the report:Castle Rock Water analysisIt’s in German so here’s our founder, Thomas Greither, talking about the report:If you want to experience a truly great water that has been called the best-tasting water in the world, you need to try Castle Rock Water. Unlike a lot of water, there are no heavy metals in it, no lead, no pollutants, no detergents, no phosphates, and no fertilizer chemicals. What it does have are plenty of beneficial minerals, all naturally infused by nature.We hope you’ll try it!
Below is a link to an article no other bottled water company will share.Why are we sharing it? Because we believe the industry needs to change, and we will lead the way until it does.We do bottled water differently and we’re leading by example until the industry catches up with us.What do we do?
We pay our community for the water we bottle.
We bottle our water in glass.
We don’t get our water from municipal sources.
Plus, we are the only bottled water company to earn the “For Life- Social Responsibility” certification. That means we’re better for the environment too.Castle Rock Water is living, structured, ancient water that is some of the best tasting water in the world, all while being sourced and bottled responsibly.Here’s the article, which is a good description of why we need to inspire change in the industry.http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/33538-why-the-us-love-affair-with-bottled-water-has-to-stop