Badoit water from France offers a generous amount of trace minerals as well as light, playful bubbles.

This water from France offers a generous amount of trace minerals as well as light, playful bubbles.

Revered by the ancient Gauls and enjoyed by kings, the waters of Saint-Galmier have long been recognized for their restorative properties. However, it took an enterprising silk salesman named Auguste Badoit to share the spring water of this tiny French town with the world. Traveling to the surface from 500 feet below the Loire Valley, the water is naturally endowed with a generous amount of trace minerals as well as light, playful bubbles that give Badoit its signature taste. Today, this water brand — part of Groupe Danone, which also includes Evian — is a common sight at fine restaurants, where its delicate carbonation and balanced taste complement the subtle flavors of gourmet meals.

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