The Gerolsteiner Difference.
Due to its well balanced taste Gerolsteiner is the ideal refreshing beverage for every occasion. That makes Gerolsteiner the most popular mineral water in Germany and in the world. But what exactly makes it so special and how does Gerolsteiner Mineral Water differ from other waters?
Minerals play a decisive role when it comes to influencing the taste of a water. They neutralize the acidic nature of the carbonic acid, but can also cloud the taste of the water: If for instance the level of sodium is too high and this is combined with too much chloride the result is a salty aftertaste. Waters that are rich in sulfate often taste bitter.
And what about Gerolsteiner? Gerolsteiner inherently contains a well-balanced mineralization: 348 mg calcium, 108 mg magnesium and 1.806 mg bicarbonate per liter. Thus Gerolsteiner neither tastes bitter nor salty – but pleasantly neutral and naturally refreshing.
Naturally pure and pristine
The taste of Gerolsteiner is one hundred percent natural – with good reason. After all, anything that is perfect by nature requires no additives. Filtered through the layers of rock deep in the Volcanic Eifel the mineral water gathers at a depth of up to 200 meters – rich in invigorating carbonic acid and well-balanced mineralization. There it is protected by external influences, remaining fresh and pure due to the carbon dioxide. Gerolsteiner is bottled directly at the source to retain its natural purity, and this singular freshness can be tasted – sip for sip!