No two mineral waters are the same: the layers of bedrock that the water has flowed through in its source region determine the amount and composition of natural ingredients in the mineral water. The level and type of mineralization in each water in turn determines the taste of that mineral water.
You can discover and compare the mineralization of Gerolsteiner with nearly 500 other internationally available waters using our Mineral Calculator.
Whether at home, in the supermarket or on the move – with the mineral calculator app Mineral Waters, you can always quickly and easily compare nearly 500 international mineral water brands. You can also learn more about the individual ingredients (for example, calcium, magnesium and bicarbonate) of each mineral water, and how they contribute to your recommended daily requirement.
A crystal in a water splash, surrounded by the chemical symbols of Calcium, Magnesium and Bicarbonate: ElementalImaging / iStockphoto, Mineralienstein mit Calcium, Magnesium und Hydrogencarbonat: ElementalImaging / iStockphoto, Mann mit Bücherstapel (Hochformat): GlobalStock / iStockphoto