If you have been in Italy, mineral water is a must at the dinner table. When you sit down at a restaurant, the waiter will normally ask if you would like your water liscia, gassata or leggermente gassata (flat, carbonated or slightly carbonated). What water you choose depends upon how much carbonation you like as well as the specific taste or health qualities you enjoy. However there are dozens of varieties all with a unique taste and level of carbonation. Italy is an important producers and exporters, with over 200 brands of Italian mineral water on the international market: Italian production is about 12% of the world’s mineral water. The very finest of Italy’s spring waters are bottled at their source after spending years absorbing important minerals underground.
When finally released to the surface, Italian mineral water comes from the ground either still or in some cases, naturally carbonated. However even most of the still mineral waters are later carbonated artificially to some extent. There are plenty of Italian mineral waters sold without carbonation, but some Italians prefer at least some bubbles in their water if not naturally present. We can supply you a wide range of different Italian mineral water, please contact us for a quotation.
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