Harvesting iceberg water is not an easy task and can only be performed with state-of-the-art machinery and by experienced iceberg hunters. The incredibly specialized harvesting process begins by collecting the ice in nets piece by piece. This is the most dangerous part of the job. The amazing looking glacial formations can be flat as mesas or wildly jagged and are always entirely unpredictable; they can slice open steel ship’s hulls and capsize at any moment. When thousands of tons of ice crash into the water, they pull down every ship in close proximity.
When the icebergs have been conquered they are then ground into pieces and immediately stored in bespoke tanks, where they naturally melt at an ambient temperature. There is hardly any water on earth as pure as that of icebergs. This water has never trickled through sand or layers of soil and has never been in contact with fertilizer. The glacier it originates from is made up of the unpolluted precipitation that fell in the Artic Circle thousands of years ago and froze. Bottled at source, in its natural environment of Lewisporte, Newfoundland, the freshness of ICEBERG Water is maintained.