Inland Ice | still
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The taste of 100,000 years: real ice sheet or, as they say in Greenland, inland ice.
Permanent ice with an area of more than 50,000 km² only exists in two places on earth - namely in Antarctica and in Greenland.
The Greenland ice sheet covers about 80% of the country and is 2 to 3 km thick. In a continuous, natural process, the ice cover "calves" icebergs, which melt and disappear into the ocean. By filling the ice, one of the most valuable natural resources there is, before it is lost at sea.
The Greenland Ice Sheet has been protected from all contact for more than 100,000 years and was formed long before the first humans. Millennia have preserved this natural product in a uniquely flawless condition - completely free of pollutants or impurities.
Thus INLAND ICE belongs to the extraordinarily rare category of the purest unprocessed drinking water in the world - with a taste that fully corresponds to its uniqueness.
Ultimate palate enhancer
Nowadays you as a consumer pay more and more attention to the quality of the products, how they are grown and where they come from. Cooks and restaurateurs around the world have to face the challenge of delivering new taste experiences that are not easily forgotten.
It is the unique chemical composition and extreme purity that not only gives this water such a smooth mouthfeel, but also prevents it from sticking to ingredients with which it is mixed. A wonderful property that allows the different and individual aromas to shine in full. As the ultimate palate enhancer, the ice sheet water provides the perfect balance in a world of permanent flooding.
The water quality is measured in TDS. The term "dissolved solids" refers to any mineral, salt, metal, cation, or anion dissolved in water. The total solids dissolved in water include inorganic salts, mainly calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, bicarbonates, chlorides and sulfates.
The water is subjected to three water quality tests during the filling process.
Harvest a natural resource
Greenland is 17 times the size of England, making it the largest island in the world. In the Disko Bay area in northwest Greenland alone, 70 million tons of inland ice in the form of icebergs are pushed into the bay every day, which then melt in the ocean.
The almost 60,000 Inuit, the indigenous people and today's population of Greenland are traditionally hunters, and their climate is not suitable for agriculture. Fishing has become the lifeline and main industry of the Greenland economy. It is therefore a necessary priority for the government to strengthen its economy by developing new industries, thereby improving the well-being of the people of Greenland:
"It is the stated aim to develop the production and export of ice and water for one or more business areas, which will help generate income and employment in Greenland."
The government has therefore granted a license to enable the production of INLAND ICE against payment of royalties for every liter harvested.
INLAND ICE is a member of FINE WATER SOCIETY .
750ml 1 bottle still
|TDS||15 mg / l|
|hardness||mg / l|
|nitrate||0.5 mg / l|
|calcium||6 mg / l|
|magnesium||1 mg / l|
|sodium||1 mg / l|
|sulfate||3 mg / l|
|chloride||1 mg / l|
Text by Patrick Eckert, FINE LIQUIDS | Sources: Michael Mascha, FINE WATER SOCIETY & www.inlandice.gl