ROKKO NO MIZU | PET
Rokko no Oishii Mizu - exclusive
Fine wines like champagne have long since ceased to be an expression of luxury and a certain lifestyle. Upscale premium water is also tasted as well as wine or whiskey and in certain circles is an expression of style and class:
The once really most expensive mineral water in the world: Rokko No Mizu (actually Rokko no Oishii Mizu)
The luxury water comes from Japan and flows in the Rokkō Mountains, which are over 900 meters. The mountain range takes its name from the highest mountain “Rokkō (Japanese 六甲 山, Rokkō-san) and this measures exactly 931 meters above sea level. The well-known Kobe cattle from the Wagyu breed come from the vicinity of the Rokkō Mountains. This exquisite meat costs up to 1000 euros per kilogram as fillet.
The cool water owes its special image to the fact that a particularly large number of centenarians live in its region of origin. So this alleged fountain of youth was sold in our latitudes for 124 euros per liter!
Whoever would like to taste the noble water “Rokko No Mizu” could do so until 2006 in the Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin. Bar boss Franz Höckner gladly served the Japanese luxury mineral water "Rokko No Mizu" to the inclined guest and gourmet.
However, those times are over. It has been proven that the Kempinski no longer pours out the water and the manufacturing company is not ready to deliver to Germany. So what did we do? We got it. The water is in stock in a small limited number for our customers in Germany.
The deep well water has a natural, soft, delicious taste - suitable for every occasion. A very light water.
1 x 600ml still in PET
|calcium||1.7 mg / l|
|magnesium||1.1 mg / l|
|sodium||2.95 mg / l|
|potassium||0.18 mg / l|