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SVALBARDI - Norway's award-winning glacier water


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SVALBARDI - Polar Iceberg Water

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Svalbarði is an award-winning Arctic iceberg water with extremely low mineral content and the highest purity

The history:
In 2013, Norwegian Jamal Qureshi collected meltwater as a gift for his wife while traveling on the Norwegian island of Svalbard - one of Europe's last great wildernesses. The pure water would make a delicious cup of tea, he thought. Four years later, the whimsical, selfless thought has turned into an epicurean product that redefines the concept of pure drinking water.

With the approval of the Governor of Svalbard, Mr Qureshi charters an icebreaker - the Ulla Rinman - and seeks out the purest icebergs in Kongsfjorden, just 1,000 km from the North Pole, at 79° North. As fresh as the day it fell as snow up to 4,000 years earlier, the Svalbarði crew collects 15 tonnes of ice. The ice is then gently melted in a specially designed machine and bottled by hand, capturing the best drinking water in its cleanest form. To maintain the water's natural composition and premium taste, no chemical-altering filters are used, only micron filters and UV light to comply with international standards.

The source:
Svalbard is one of Europe's last great wildernesses, where more polar bears than people live. It is located in the Arctic Ocean between 74° and 81° north latitude, 1,000 kilometers from the North Pole. The archipelago is 60% covered by glaciers.

Melted icebergs - fresh from the fjords around Svalbard, just 1,000 kilometers from the North Pole - provide the source of Svalbarði's pure water.

Svalbarði uses icebergs that would otherwise be wasted when melting into the sea. All processes are climate neutral, the bottle is recyclable and the wooden cap comes from sustainable forests. With over a hundred climate records, Svalbard is one of the world's most important locations for research into global warming. A percentage of the sale of each bottle is donated to support polar and climate research.

Extracting the water requires an Arctic expedition. A special search at sea to find the right ice under safe conditions. Individual pieces of iceberg are carefully selected for the right properties and then manually lifted out of the water by a specially equipped ship. The ice is then brought back to the Arctic outpost of Longyearbyen, where it is melted and bottled. Each edition is limited to 1 ton of glacier ice and thus strictly limited to 13,000 bottles.

The design:
The bottle itself is a gift in itself that will enhance any setting. Made from high quality extra flint glass that reflects the icy water. The wooden cap represents the precious Arctic driftwood that dots Svalbard's shores. It is carefully carved in Spain and made only from certified sustainable forests. The design stands out in fine dining restaurants and is significantly different from other premium beverages. It makes a wonderful gift for those seeking the finest rarities.

The Svalbarði designer water bottle is presented in a bespoke, award-winning packaging tube. Each tube highlights the water's journey and is individually designed like a fine champagne or liqueur. The packaging is fully recyclable.

The taste:
Harvested, melted and bottled in the Arctic outpost of Longyearbyen, Svalbarði iceberg water is an exclusive fine water. With no nitrates or contaminants, the extremely low minerality provides a light mouthfeel with a slight bite and sweetness. Svalbarði is an experience for the palate, much like a fine wine. With its unique terroir, our pure water is also the perfect addition to delicate dishes, chocolates or drinks to enhance the taste.

Iceberg waters are some of the rarest in the world because of the difficulty of collecting this Arctic water. Svalbarði is the world's northernmost mineral water and is recognized by the Fine Water Society as the world's best tasting super low mineral water.

Experience the taste of snow in the air from the icebergs of Svalbard.

Read a recent article by A. Conrad in the Front Row Society magazine here. Photographs courtesy of @ FrontRowSociety.net, Andreas Conrad

Excellent:

2016

Platinum

A'Design

design

2016

Silver

Pentawards

design

2016

Silver

Fine Water Society

design

2016

gold

Fine Water Society

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2017

gold

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

design

2017

gold

Fine Water Society

design

2017

Silver

Fine Water Society

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2017

Bronze

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

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2018

gold

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

design

2018

gold

Fine Water Society

design

2018

Silver

Fine Water Society

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2019

gold

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

design

2019

Silver

Fine Water Society

design

2019

Silver

Fine Water Society

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SVALBARDI - Norway's award-winning glacier water


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SVALBARDI - Polar Iceberg Water

LAST BOTTLE WORLDWIDE

Svalbarði is an award-winning Arctic iceberg water with extremely low mineral content and the highest purity

The history:
In 2013, Norwegian Jamal Qureshi collected meltwater as a gift for his wife while traveling on the Norwegian island of Svalbard - one of Europe's last great wildernesses. The pure water would make a delicious cup of tea, he thought. Four years later, the whimsical, selfless thought has turned into an epicurean product that redefines the concept of pure drinking water.

With the approval of the Governor of Svalbard, Mr Qureshi charters an icebreaker - the Ulla Rinman - and seeks out the purest icebergs in Kongsfjorden, just 1,000 km from the North Pole, at 79° North. As fresh as the day it fell as snow up to 4,000 years earlier, the Svalbarði crew collects 15 tonnes of ice. The ice is then gently melted in a specially designed machine and bottled by hand, capturing the best drinking water in its cleanest form. To maintain the water's natural composition and premium taste, no chemical-altering filters are used, only micron filters and UV light to comply with international standards.

The source:
Svalbard is one of Europe's last great wildernesses, where more polar bears than people live. It is located in the Arctic Ocean between 74° and 81° north latitude, 1,000 kilometers from the North Pole. The archipelago is 60% covered by glaciers.

Melted icebergs - fresh from the fjords around Svalbard, just 1,000 kilometers from the North Pole - provide the source of Svalbarði's pure water.

Svalbarði uses icebergs that would otherwise be wasted when melting into the sea. All processes are climate neutral, the bottle is recyclable and the wooden cap comes from sustainable forests. With over a hundred climate records, Svalbard is one of the world's most important locations for research into global warming. A percentage of the sale of each bottle is donated to support polar and climate research.

Extracting the water requires an Arctic expedition. A special search at sea to find the right ice under safe conditions. Individual pieces of iceberg are carefully selected for the right properties and then manually lifted out of the water by a specially equipped ship. The ice is then brought back to the Arctic outpost of Longyearbyen, where it is melted and bottled. Each edition is limited to 1 ton of glacier ice and thus strictly limited to 13,000 bottles.

The design:
The bottle itself is a gift in itself that will enhance any setting. Made from high quality extra flint glass that reflects the icy water. The wooden cap represents the precious Arctic driftwood that dots Svalbard's shores. It is carefully carved in Spain and made only from certified sustainable forests. The design stands out in fine dining restaurants and is significantly different from other premium beverages. It makes a wonderful gift for those seeking the finest rarities.

The Svalbarði designer water bottle is presented in a bespoke, award-winning packaging tube. Each tube highlights the water's journey and is individually designed like a fine champagne or liqueur. The packaging is fully recyclable.

The taste:
Harvested, melted and bottled in the Arctic outpost of Longyearbyen, Svalbarði iceberg water is an exclusive fine water. With no nitrates or contaminants, the extremely low minerality provides a light mouthfeel with a slight bite and sweetness. Svalbarði is an experience for the palate, much like a fine wine. With its unique terroir, our pure water is also the perfect addition to delicate dishes, chocolates or drinks to enhance the taste.

Iceberg waters are some of the rarest in the world because of the difficulty of collecting this Arctic water. Svalbarði is the world's northernmost mineral water and is recognized by the Fine Water Society as the world's best tasting super low mineral water.

Experience the taste of snow in the air from the icebergs of Svalbard.

Read a recent article by A. Conrad in the Front Row Society magazine here. Photographs courtesy of @ FrontRowSociety.net, Andreas Conrad

Excellent:

2016

Platinum

A'Design

design

2016

Silver

Pentawards

design

2016

Silver

Fine Water Society

design

2016

gold

Fine Water Society

button

2017

gold

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

design

2017

gold

Fine Water Society

design

2017

Silver

Fine Water Society

button

2017

Bronze

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

button

2018

gold

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

design

2018

gold

Fine Water Society

design

2018

Silver

Fine Water Society

button

2019

gold

Berkeley Springs International Water Competition

design

2019

Silver

Fine Water Society

design

2019

Silver

Fine Water Society

button

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