Carpatina – Apa Minerala Carbo

In Romania, Carpathian mineral water derives its qualities from the rich and complex ecosystem that it springs from, which is characterised by a combination of geological layers that are essential to the purity of the water. Carpatina carbonated natural mineral water comes from the Bicazu Ardelean spring, located in the middle river basin of the Bicaz Valley, in the central group of the Eastern Carpathians. This is a special area in terms of its landscape, but also in terms of its biodiversity, as the spring is located close to two protected natural areas with a "National Park" status, namely the Ceahlău and Bicazului-Hășmaș gorges.

Carpatina carbonated natural mineral water, which was tasted by the Monde Selection jury and won the Grand Quality Award on this occasion, is a carbonated, calcic, natural mineral water with magnesium. It is characterised by long-lasting carbonation with a balanced degree of intensity.

The water is packaged in transparent PET bottles with volumes of 0.5 l and 1.5 l respectively, which feature an elegant and informative label.

Carpatina Carbo is crystal clear and has a fine but well-manifested level of carbonation that tingles the tongue in a very pleasant way. This well-dosed sparkling quality offers an extremely refreshing sensation in the mouth.

Free of any disturbing off-flavours, this extremely thirst-quenching water is thus easy to enjoy at mealtimes and throughout the day.

A set of qualities that, in addition to the Grand Gold Quality Award mentioned above, led Monde Selection’s tasters to nominate Carpatina Carbo among the products likely to win the Jury’s Prize in this category.

"Each year, one product per category is awarded the Prize of the Jury as a token of excellence in know-how and quality. In order to qualify, the product must be unanimously selected as a “coup de cœur” by the jury members. The winner of the Prize of the Jury is then selected from a group of just 5 nominees, which makes this award an even greater honour for the recipient."

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