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Perrier water
The big, loud bubbles create a 'fireworks in your mouth' sensation. PERRIER has a very high level of nitrate and a very acidic pH. The famous brand enjoys a perception of prestige and privilege. Perrier has been imported into the United States for about a century. The water’s popularity in the U.S. market truly took off at the beginning of the healthy-living fad in the late 1970's. Thanks to the marketing efforts of Nestlé Waters North America, Perrier became an appealing natural alternative to less healthful alcohol and soft drinks. Though still bottled at its original site, the water and carbon dioxide are now harvested from separate underground locations and combined during bottling. Perrier is a natural sparkling mineral water that is well known throughout the world. Famous for its elegantly-shaped green bottle, Perrier is the ultimate refreshment to quench all thirsts. In 1863, the Perrier saga began: bubbles taken from a French spring were bottled, ready to satisfy people’s thirst. In 1898, Dr. Louis Perrier became the owner of the spring, which would later take his illustrious name. While the bubbles have remained intact over time, the bottle has evolved with the consumer needs. 
  • Country: France
  • Origin: Spring
  • Orientation pH: 5,5 (Strongly Acid) 
  • TDS mg/l: 475
  • Type: Sparkling
  • Bottle Size: 750 ml
  • Brand: www.nestle-waters.comPerrier