- 15,000 years vintage iceberg water
- Forbe Travel Magazine top ten World bottled water
- Newfoundland artist design frosted glass bottle
- Impeccable taste of purity and clearness
- Positive health effect on metabolism and cell proliferation
Berg water is sourced from an unspoiled Newfoundland on Canada's East Coast, tapped from artic glaciers forged thousands of years ago during the Ice Age. It is an all natural, truly virginal water with no traces of minerals. It tastes clean, light and pure.
Isolation has made its source totally inaccessible to man. It is not until massive pieces of ice break off into the ocean in the form of icebergs that they can be harvested. Icebergs are melted and bottled under strict quality conditions in order to preserve the water’s natural qualities.
Production can be limited due to extended winters and the harsh conditions of the North Atlantic. Harvesting icebergs is a dangerous task, which makes the possibility of drinking iceberg water an accomplishment in itself.
Berg's bottle was designed in collaboration with Newfoundland artists to create a package that is reflective of the natural, pure and harsh climate condition in Newfoundland. Frosted glass is used for the bottle, which gives Berg an elegant packaging to match with the quality iceberg water.
Iceberg water's isotope is extremely low. The French Deuteria Cosmetics SRL Cosmetics Research Laboratory conducted experiments and concluded that iceberg water has a positive effect on metabolism and cell proliferation, especially on the body's anti-acid enzymes.
A standard case contains 12 bottles.