Discover the Source

The springs for our water source were discovered in 1987.

Hidden Treasures from Pristine Mountain

Our pure glacial spring mineral water is sourced from a unique glacial spring at 5,100 meters above sea level at the Nianqing Donggula Mountains on the Nyainqentanglha Plateau, north of a rift basin and south of Nyainqentanglha Mountain in Dangxiong County of Lhasa City in Tibet, which is one of the world's most remote and pristine locations.

From glacial snow to our water

Water from rainfall and melting glacial snow infiltrates underground.
Water percolates through layers to produce our glacial mineral water.
Water heated by geothermal power and we extract the natural glacial spring mineral water before rising naturally to the surface.

Essence of Nature

Our glacial spring mineral water is colorless, odorless, transparent and pure, containing rare minerals such as lithium, strontium and meta-silicic acid. Ranging between 23.6℃ and 24.2℃, the water temperature remains stable and provides a suitable environment for the formation of the best quality mineral water.

Ever Flowing Spring

The source of 5100 is in sufficient supply, with extractable volume ranging from 3,128 tonnes per day to 5,509 tonnes per day, and remains relatively stable during the year.

The maximum extractable volume of spring water from our spring heads is approximately 1.1 million tonnes per annum, which is sufficient to support our long term production needs.