A natural mineral water. Drawn from reserves that feed directly into the famous Cartmel wells in the English Lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Their discovery dates back to the time of the Augustine monks in the XII century.
This water comes from a source at Willow Spring. It was discovered in the north-west of England during the 12th century, at a site that is today a UNESCO World Heritage site. The water passes through a thick layer of soil formed by a forest of white willows.