bling H2O - welcome to life...
bling H2O - NOT FOR EVERYONE... ONLY FOR THOSE WHO ARE BLING
welcome to life...
Since 2005, the young brand bling H2O has probably been the best-known noble water.
It is a unique design water like the Rolls-Royce Phantom of all waters.
The shape of the bottles is reminiscent of elegant wine bottles, the visual design of the best champagne. But not only the design with ever-changing colors and original Swarovski crystals is pure luxury, so is the water itself: exclusively American Tennessee spring water near Knoxville and Nashville on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
It rises in the heart of the jungle at a temperature of 14.5° C and is bottled directly at the source, and is filtered no less than nine times before it finds its way into the upper class, upscale gastronomy and hotel industry in the noble bottle. There are now umpteen different bottle designs from bling H2O, mostly in limited editions, but always eye-catching, extravagant, exorbitant and incredibly present.
bling H2O. An inspiration from Kevin G. Boyd, Hollywood writer and producer. At some point, Boyd realized that there was a giant slumbering in the subject that he should be one of the first to awaken. Boyd, who wanted to create a distinct water brand for a certain elite, combined high-quality design with unparalleled taste.
He developed bling H2O to give the wearer, owner and consumer an attitude, attitude, message. The aim was to offer a product with an exquisite touch, with which one would like to identify, with which one would like to show oneself and be seen. bling H2O has been strategically positioned from inception to appeal to the expanding super luxury consumer market in the United States.
Water was able to begin its triumphal march because it was drunk exclusively by stars and starlets in Hollywood and Manhattan for a long time. Well-known blingH2o consumers include Jamie Foxx, Ray Lewis, Gabrielle Union, Paris Hilton and many more. bling H2O is, in the truest sense of the word, pure bottled pop culture. The brand has penetrated the inner circles, such as the MTV Video Music Awards and The Emmy's.
The source is in the Smoky Mountains in Dandridge, Tennessee at a depth of 800 meters. The water is microfiltered nine times, subjected to an ozone treatment and irradiated with ultraviolet rays before it is filled into handmade glass bottles set with genuine Swarovski crystals and sealed with a natural cork. With a pH value of 7.7, slightly alkaline and a dry residue of just 68 mg/l, pleasantly light with a finely sweet note.
The bottle design won the Clear Choice Award for "Best Glass Packaging" back in 2006.
In addition to being voted the "purest water", the luxury water received the "Gold Medal of Excellence" at the Berkeley International Water Tasting Awards.
Bling is also on the drinks menu in some posh hotels in Europe.
In the United States, the extravagant thirst quencher has been en vogue for a long time: bling is served at MTV parties and Emmy Awards and has also appeared as a status symbol in various music videos.
Our American colleagues from finewaters.com say:
“Sometimes it's not just about the water, but also about the ambiance, the atmosphere, the display and the presentation. Water is sometimes like wine, but sometimes it can be like champagne in a club or in special situations. bling H2O is the original and often imitated luxury representation of water.”
Interestingly, the consumption of high-priced brands and products, which are favored by celebrities and the wealthy precisely because they are so expensive, is referred to as “bling”. The higher the price, the more attractive because the brand is more exclusive. It is even suspected that the demand for these brands would drop significantly if the price were to drop.
However, much like Fillico, this water is controversy in itself, polarizing, provoking and dividing people. But that's probably not to be expected with this story. The fact is that here in Europe it is a water that is in great demand but hardly available. The small contingents shipped to Europe are always sold out quite quickly and the demand remains.
Most shops in Europe are almost always sold out.