The people behind FINE LIQUIDS
As a customer, supplier and long-standing partner of Wein Lehmann & Co, Nauheim, we would like to inform you that after 32 years of trading all kinds of special waters, Patrick Eckert will entrust the water business of Wolfgang Lehmann with FINE LIQUIDS in the future.
Wolfgang Lehmann and Patrick Eckert have known each other for years and the actual handover of the company was already apparent in the middle of 2018 due to age-related necessities on the one hand, as well as passion and the greatest interest in the topic of extravagant water on the other.
From January 2019, the first range of fine and sometimes exclusive waters from the wide world is now available for purchase here online and in our depot in Reichartshausen.
Our aim is to offer you a selection that is basically unique.
For this, however, it is necessary to know their wishes. So don't be afraid to ask for special waters, we will try to include them in our selection.
The FINE LIQUIDS brand was first used by Robert Naser from Ulm, who had already worked with Lehmann under this name.
The market for exclusive gourmet waters in Germany is far from easy. Apart from significant problems with the general deposit obligation, it is already difficult enough to get stock goods with a best-before date of 2-3 years to the site, which does not expire next week.
We do it anyway. We do it because we ourselves are fully behind our waters. We only sell water that we tasted ourselves and found to be excellent.
Patrick Eckert is not (yet) a certified water sommelier, but years ago he started drinking water in a completely new way, tasting water. He visited the mineral wells, spoke to the operators and developed a flair for the topic. With FINE LIQUIDS, he professionalizes his passion for the clear wet and one day has his own label to be launched. For the "perfect" water, he has been travelling the world for years, talking to makers, scientists and experts all over Europe, Switzerland and South Korea.
FINE LIQUIDS stands for pure enjoyment and the search for perfection in the midst of a world of average. We want more.