December 6, 2012

American Summits Spring Water: Purity in Sparkling or Still

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When I first opened American Summits Mineral Water, I was immediately taken back to Italy. Ironic a product with the name "American" would remind me of Europe, but the glass bottles and refreshing taste reminded me of the question at every Italian restaurant: naturale or frizzante? I always chose frizzante.

American Summits Spring Water is delicious and available in sparkling or still:

Our mission is to provide pure mineral water sourced from pristine American mountain springs. We use sustainable springs that are naturally recharged by rain and snowfall. We will never treat our water with chemicals or preservatives, or with distillation or reverse osmosis. Therefore, we will never use well water as our source. Instead, we seek out untouched springs high in the mountains in remote, protected lands. Our water is organically filtered through layers of mountain rock, and mechanically filtered to remove fine particulates, leaving traces of beneficial minerals and a natural alkaline level ideal for the body's pH balance.

Our commitment to identify and utilize springs in the American wilderness is designed to provide water of the ultimate purity and taste, while reducing the country's reliance on imported bottled water. With more than 98% of glass bottled water served across American hotels and restaurants originating in Europe and the South Pacific, an increase in consumption of American-sourced mineral water can reduce the industry's transportation footprint significantly. Our clear, recyclable glass bottles are produced in North America, as well.


Water from glass bottles tastes so much better!

I tried the sparkling water in a cocktail last night and loved it.

Most plastic bottle water comes from filtered city water, like Aquasana. Other mountain spring water companies wreak havoc on local aquifers. It is nice to find a refreshing, glass bottle alternative. American Summits is sourced in the Beartooth Mountains of Wyoming.

disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at December 6, 2012 9:44 AM

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