The water

Sierra Cazorla

Sierra Cazorla mineral water comes from the Natural Park of Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas Mountain Ranges, one of Europe’s largest protected environments and declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1983.

This provides it with a high degree of  purity, as it comes from a place far away from human settlements and agricultural areas that pollute the subsoil.

The result is a weak-mineralization water with a unique composition and nearly zero sodium content while reach in calcium, magnesium and bicarbonates.The balance found in this composition is what makes Sierra Cazorla a special, unique water, exceptional for the whole family.

Sierra Cazorla Natural Mineral Water, based on residues found is classified asweak-mineralization water.

-Dry residue: 430,7 mg/l
Analytical Composition ASC
-Bicarbonates: 408,7 mg/l
-Calcium: 78,6 mg/l
-Magnesium: 48,5 mg/l
-Sodium: 1,26 mg/l
-Potasium: 0,46 mg/l
-Sílica: 5 mg/l
-pH: 7,2

LVM Cavendish (Granada, 2007)

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