“Without a doubt, the cleanest water I have ever come across” Steve Timuss, CANTEST Professional Analytical Services, Vancouver, Canada.
What impressed a man whose business is water testing is the purity level of GLACE Rare Iceberg Water. Water purity is defined by its TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) content, measured in parts per million (ppm or mg/L). To classify as “pure”, water must have less than 10 ppm. Virtually the only way to achieve that level of purity in unfiltered water is by melting ice or snow which has never touched ground. GLACE Rare Iceberg Water, harvested directly from the icebergs, is so exquisitely pure it measures only 5 ppm or even less. Quite simply, you will never have experienced anything like it.