Agua de Mondariz is a mineral-poor water whose composition is good for health. The history of Mondariz begins with the commercial exploitation of its medicinal mineral water, which was granted public utility status in 1873. Mondariz became one of the most important hydrotherapy centers in Spain and was the official supplier to the Spanish royal family for centuries. Mondariz is the market leader in Spanish spring water. Originating from the northwest of Spain (Galicia). The springs are located near Santiago de Compostela. The water was initially sold through pharmacies as beneficial water. Mondariz has a very mild taste.
Agua de Mondariz is rich in bicarbonate and promotes good digestion. It's versatile, adding sparkle to any meal, while also providing the necessary balance to pair with any dish. Agua de Mondariz is a water with a low mineral content and an excellent source of iron for the body. A daily intake of two liters of Agua de Mondariz provides 20% of the recommended daily amount of this mineral. It has an estimated total hardness of 4.2 oF and an estimated pH of 6.5. The connection at the table with fine wine is therefore remarkable.
Mondariz has received a 'Diamond Taste Award' twice for the water, which means 14 years of delivering remarkable product quality.
Mondariz is supplied in glass bottles.