There is no better way to quench your thirst! Gerolsteiner Sparkling is one of Germany’s most popular mineral waters.
Gerolsteiner Sparkling is one of the most popular mineral water brands around the world. Its success is due to its clean and refreshing taste, which is attributed to its unique volcanic origins.
The special geological features of the Volcanic Eifel region give Gerolsteiner Sparkling its refreshing, harmonious taste and make it naturally rich in essential minerals: 1 liter of Gerolsteiner Sparkling provides more than ⅓ of the daily calcium requirement and ¼ of the daily magnesium requirement.
|1 liter Gerolsteiner Sparkling contains||Daily requirement of an adult*|
|Calcium||348 mg||800 mg|
|Potassium||11 mg||2,000 mg|
|Magnesium||108 mg||375 mg|
|Chloride||40 mg||800 mg|
|Sodium||118 mg||550 mg|
|Carbonic acid||7,000 mg||-|
*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on the EU-nutrition labelling regulations (country-specific standards may vary).
Why is Gerolsteiner Mineral Water so special? The answer is easy: It tastes good – and it is good for you. While other waters may taste good, they do not offer the same beneficial level and ratio of minerals. Other mineral waters are packed with minerals, but have a salty or slightly bitter taste due to the high sodium chloride or sulphate – they just don’t have the same unique balance and so don’t offer a clean and neutral taste. It is not only the level of mineralization that is crucial, it is also the type and balance of those minerals that is important – and that is precisely where the quality of Gerolsteiner Mineral Water comes from. Owing to its unique balance of calcium, magnesium and bicarbonate, Gerolsteiner has a pleasant harmonious taste without any dominant individual mineral notes. Also, thanks to its acid-neutralizing effect, bicarbonate ensures a well-balanced taste. Gerolsteiner Sparkling contains at least 1,800 mg of bicarbonate per liter.
Gerolsteiner Sparkling Mineral Water is suitable for every occasion, whether in the light PET bottle or in the classic glass bottle.
Mineralienstein mit Calcium, Magnesium und Hydrogencarbonat: ElementalImaging / iStockphoto