A Source Shared By Royalty

If ever there were a water which could be described as a sip of history, this is it. Our water originates from lower Tunbridge Wells sandstone just four kilometres west of the famous Chalybeate Spring. Both share the same aquifer and both are steeped in history. Convinced the spring water restored his health after drinking it when ill in 1606, Dudley, Lord North spread the word to royalty and nobility alike. Queen Henrietta visited to sample the spring in 1629 and large crowds soon followed. The geology of the famous springs and that of our borehole in Poke Hill, Tunbridge Wells are one and the same.

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Drawn from Deep Beneath the Garden of England

Our spring water is extracted from 160 metres below the green rolling hills of deepest Kent. The borehole sits high atop Poke Hill, Tunbridge Wells, nestled behind a wooded glen. Our bottling plant is found just metres away at the foot of the hill, accessible only by crossing the Spa Valley railway line that cuts its way through the glorious countryside. The slow chugging of the steam train is apt background noise to our bottling process, reminding us of the historic significance of the surrounding area. Moments from 1066 country, deep in the Garden of England, this heritage is infused in every bottle we produce.

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