Water Types


Spring Water: Located at 4,000 and 6,000 ft. elevations in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, our private spring sources are fully licensed and CA. state certified. At the source, the water flows underground and is naturally filtered through the stratum. The entire system is designed to ensure that this pure spring water remains natural and unadulterated. A Title 21 chemical analysis is performed annually as required by the California Department of Health. Water is then transferred into our stainless steel tanks and transported to our bottling plant in Roseville, where it is passed through a series of multimedia particulate filters to remove any sediment. After treating the water with ozone, an oxygen molecule used to kill bacteria, it is then bottled with its natural mineral content intact.

Drinking Water: Local municipal water is passed through a series of multimedia particulate and activated carbon filters to remove chlorine, phenols, taste, odor compounds and organic minerals. Food grade minerals may be added in controlled amounts to meet taste specifications. Finally, the water is ozonated in stainless steel contact tanks. The finished product is immediately bottled to retain freshness.

Distilled Water: Local municipal water is passed through a series of multimedia particulate and activated carbon filters to remove chlorine, phenols, taste, odor compounds and organic minerals. The water is then distilled in a vapor compression stream unit. All dissolved minerals are left behind as the water is vaporized and condensed in a stainless steel still which yields a high purity finished water. After filtration and ozonation, the product is promptly bottled.

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