Top 10 Bottled Waters
This natural spring water is collected from the Source Cache in France.
Discovered by a French nobleman during the French Revolution, Evian stems from a source thought to hold curative and restorative powers. Evian begins as water that emerges from the Source Cache in France in a mountain tunnel at 52.88 degrees Fahrenheit. The source is fed from the melted snow and rain that filters through glacial sand from the Vinzier Plateau over a period of fifteen years. The glacial sand is surrounded by clay, which protects the water from pollution and gives it its mineral composition and taste. The water is bottled at a nearby plant, which along with the brand, is owned by Danone.