Water "Harrogate" Still, Glass, 0.75 L
Water transparent color.
The taste of sweet water, thin, clean.
Scent water is soft, balanced and refreshing.
Water can be consumed throughout the day in any quantity to any meal. Sommeliers recommend it in combination with any fish dishes.
"Harrogate" Still - mineral water in the UK, recognized as one of the cleanest in the world. Source Harrogate is located in the eponymous town in North Yorkshire. It was opened in 1571. The source goes on the level below 45 meters above sea level and on the way to the surface of the natural filtering passes, feasting upon the minerals. Clean water is such that the filtering and further processing (disinfection, and others.) Are not required, so the water is bottled directly near the source. The mineral composition of the water is well balanced, the water contains almost no sodium and rich in iron, which allows it to use on a daily basis in any quantity.
Thanks to the royals Elizabeth I and George V water has become very popular at the royal court, and still served for lunch at Buckingham Palace and the British Parliament, Royal Park, all known London restaurants and respectable hotels. For its excellent quality of water "Harrogate" repeatedly awarded high ranks. Among the most important awards - a gold medal at the prestigious competition "International Water Tasting Awards" (Berkley Spring, USA), obtained with the phrase "... water is the most balanced mineral content, particularly low-sodium and surprisingly light sweet taste."
Harrogate Spring Vote Today continues the tradition of the 400-year history of making available to all the unique purity of the water, which has become synonymous with exceptional quality. This is one of the fastest growing brands in the world today is one of the top 10 brands of bottled water. In the year sold more than 60 million bottles of water "Harrogate". The company is an official partner and participant in two of the most prestigious tournaments in the UK on the game of golf ("Ricoh Women's British Open" and "Alfred Dunhill Links Championship").