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Speyside Glenlivet 750mL Still Water

Speyside Glenlivet 750mL Sparkling Water

Quick Overview

Speyside Glenlivet brings a special statement of Celtic elegance to Aqua Maestro's UK & Ireland Collection. Speyside is drawn from the 500 million year old Braes of Glenlivet rock formation, situated inside the Crown Estate of Glenlivet. Despite Speyside's geological antiquity, the brand is relatively new as a commercial source, which modern connoisseurs applaud in cases where the source has been confirmed as pristine. Speyside presents itself as a superior line in distinctive, dignified glass bottles - the label's face is gorgeous, and it also reads transparently through the back of the bottle. At 58 mg/liter of total minerals, Speyside is virtually Sodium and Nitrate-free. As ultra-premium brands packaged in fancy glass go, this one is definitely worth the money. Scotch drinkers will also recognize the Glenlivet name. Available in 750ml and 330ml sizes, and in both natures, still and sparkling.

Availability: In stock

Price per case
$34.50

Club Price per case
$30.71

12 Glass Screw Top Bottles/Case

Details

The source of Speyside Glenlivet is located in Greater Speyside, which covers a wide area of Scotland from the Culloden battlefield in the east, to the Cairngorms National Park in the south.

It offers beautiful scenery, heather covered hills, clear rushing burns, a high concentration of whisky distilleries, an abundance of wildlife, superb local produce and silence.

The spring is in the Crown estate of Glenlivet, which sits in the high land to the north east of the Cairngorms and contains the lower reaches of the Avon and its famous tributary the Livet, plus of course the world renowned river Spey.

Speyside Glenlivet is one of the world's greatest whisky producing regions and home to many of Scotland’s most famous distilleries. At its heart lies the small but globally renowned village of Glenlivet. Historians reveal that the world’s first whisky distillery was founded here over two hundred years ago.

Most true Scotch drinkers will recognize the name immediately. The water is superb for adding a touch to many of the whiskey's from the same region of Scotland. If you're a scotch drinker, we need say no more.

Consistent with the pristine quality of this gorgeous, rugged countryside, the chemistry of Speyside Glenlivet is equally pure. The geology is a 500 million year-old rock formation called the Braes of Glenlivet.

The springs – named Slochd and Clash – are at an altitude of 1,520 feet. Speyside’s pH is 7.7, a slightly alkalinic level favored by many because it delivers a slightly sweet after taste. Total Dissolved Solids are a mere 58 milligrams per liter, ranking Speyside in the “pure” category.

Nitrates are extremely low at 1.0 mg/l, and the only two chemical elements with any prominence are Bicarbonates at 45 mg/l, and Calcium, which weighs in at 13 mg/l.

Additional Information

Case Specifics 12 Glass Screw Top Bottles/Case