12.000 years ago…

in the Canadian Arctic, the earth’s most pure and untouched snow froze and compacted into enormous glacial walls, sheltered from all impurities from the outside world. Thousands of years later, the ice holds the purest water on earth. It was worth waiting for…


ICEBERG brings you Vodka and Water sourced from the most pristine ice found along the Newfoundland coastline. Only three months a year our very own Captain Ed is able to reach and harvest the naturally detached ice from the Arctic shelf as main ingredient for ICEBERG Vodka and Water. Offering you revolutionary refreshment, completely free from mineral impurities and modern pollutants.


The glacier from which the Canadian icebergs originate consists of the unpolluted precipitation that fell and froze in the Arctic Circle thousands of years ago. Therefore, ICEBERG Water has the lowest mineral content of any bottled water, resulting in a smooth and neutral taste. ICEBERG Water has a low mineral content of less than 5 TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) measured in parts per million. Its mineral content determines the taste of water and TDS is the most important factor when combining food with water. ICEBERG Water is ideal for pairing with rare and fine liquids such as single malts to ensure the ultimate flavour experience.


The primary ingredient for ICEBERG Vodka is the cleanest water on earth: iceberg water from the Canadian Arctic. Made with the best quality of French grain alcohol from the Champagne region, ICEBERG Vodka is the finest vodka you will ever taste.

DAMAin is a young artist from the Netherlands, who started painting on his schoolbooks and made a journey via gravity to turning walls, shoes and canvas into unique pieces of art.

Next to working on his art collections he adopted Pure-Iceberg as his brand, simply because of its purity. He is communicating his creativity also throughout unique art bottles.


It is clear that ICEBERG cares for nature. We should use what Mother Nature has given us before it melts away into the salty ocean and causes an alteration to the patterns of the Gulf Stream and ultimately a rising sea level.