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Ogo Oxygenwater is sourced from The Netherlands



Not all waters are created equal. After you've checked out GAYOT's list of the Top 10 Bottled Waters, check out this roundup to find even more great luxury brands. Ranging from so-called "baby's" aqua from Italy to an English offering sourced from a spring where Vikings used to sip, our favorite waters include some of the best bottles available today.

 

Acqua Panna: This pure water hails from a source in Tuscany that's located at 3,700 feet...Read the full review


Andes Mountain Water: Whether you refer to it as Andes Mountain Water or...Read the full review


Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water: The Californian offering is lightly mineralized...Read the full review


Blue Keld Waters: A luxury brand from England's Yorkshire Wolds...Read the full review


Calistoga: Calistoga hails from the north end of Napa Valley... Read the full review


Crystal Geyser: This is the only U.S. spring water that's exported to France...Read the full review


Evian: Discovered by a French nobleman during the French Revolution, Evian stems from a source thought to hold curative and restorative powers....Read the full review


Ferrarelle Naturally Sparkling Mineral Water: Italy's number one brand of sparkling mineral water was established in 1893, though Italians have been drinking from its source for hundreds of years...Read the full review


FIJI Natural Artesian Water: FIJI natural artesian water began being bottled in 1996 right at the source in the Yaqara Valley of Viti Levu, one of Fiji's two principal islands...Read the full review


Gerolsteiner Mineral Water: Founded in 1888, Gerolsteiner Sparkling Mineral Water is the number one water export in Germany...Read the full review


Glace Rare Iceberg Water: The pristine water is sourced from glaciers in Canada's Arctic...Read the full review


Hawaiian Springs Natural Water: Hawaiian Springs Water starts as rain falling onto the slopes of Mauna Loa Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii...Read the full review


Icelandic Glacial: Icelandic Glacial, a premium brand from Iceland and a fave of fashionistas...Read the full review


Ice Mountain: Ice Mountain stems from large aquifiers left behind by the most "recent" ice age...Read the full review


La Vie de Luc Mineral Water: La Vie de Luc comes from deep within the granite rocks of South Africa's Franschhoek Mountains.


Mountain Valley Spring Water: Since 1871, Mountain Valley Spring Water has been praised by U.S. presidents, world-class athletes and even Hollywood stars for its refreshing taste and potent health benefits...Read the full review


Mulshi Springs: Our only fave brand that hails from India! It's sourced from a biological hotspot...Read the full review


OGO Oxygenwater: Said to contain 35 times more oxygen than regular water....Read the full review


Perrier Mineral Water: Perrier is a naturally sparkling mineral water sourced from a spring in Vergèze, France...Read the full review


Poland Spring: Poland Spring comes from Maine. Its founder claimed it cured him of dyspepsia...Read the full review


San Pellegrino: San Pellegrino’s humble origins began about 760 years ago when the region from which the water is sourced was first recognized for its namesake martyr, San Pellegrino...Read the full review


Saratoga Spring Water: Another offering with a luminous past; early 20th century actress Lillian Russell drank this from monogrammed cups...Read the full review


Spa Water: A fine Euro export from Belgium's Ardennes Valley...Read the full review


Tasmanian Rain Water: Water sourced from all-natural Tasmanian rain drops before they hit the ground...Read the full review


Trinity: This water takes 16,000 years to emerge at its spring in Paradise, Idaho...Read the full review


Ty Nant: Springing from a source in Wales’ Cambrian Mountains, this carbon-filtered sparkling water first made a name for itself in London's high-end hotels in 1989...Read the full review


Volvic Natural Spring Water: The basin supplying the Volvic spring source is located in the Old Auvergne volcanic region, which has been dormant for 10,000 years...Read the full review


Voss Artesian Water: Two Norwegian entrepreneurs created Voss, a classy, designer-savvy tube of water from the crisp, frigid aquifers of their Nordic homeland...Read the full review



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