Since the 14th century the springs of Saratoga have quenched the thirst of generations with some of the most crisp, clean tasting waters in the world.
In fact, the wealthy from Europe and America came to Saratoga Springs for generations, in large part to enjoy the fine mineral waters that flow from deep beneath the lush Adirondack foothills.
Soon Saratoga Springs became one of the most prestigious spa resorts in the country.
In 1872 a small family owned business emerged with the discovery of a new, plentiful spring source in Saratoga. This spring had an especially sweet, crisp taste to it.
Born was the Saratoga Spring Water Company, with the idea to bottle and distribute this delicious water for all to enjoy.
Today, water actually comes from the White Cedar Springs in Dallas Plantation, Maine (remote, rural communities in northern Maine are designated as plantations). The firm changed hands fall of 2021 when longtime owner Adam Madkour sold Saratoga Spring Water to Blue Triton.
Blue Triton in the last year was spun off from the Nestle food conglomerate and is owned by a pair of investment firms: One Rock Capital Partners and Metropoulos & Co.