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Strathmore Spring water starts life as rain falling on the hills of the Vale of Strathmore. At the heart of the Vale is Glamis castle, with a fascinating and exciting history.
The water filters down gradually through layers of sandstone formed 400 million years ago into an aquifer deep underground, which runs all the way under the North Sea from Scotland to Norway.
The Strathmore well, dug in 1880, draws this water from the source deep underground (110metres (360ft)) where it remains at a constant temperature.
The end result is a pure, clear, natural Scottish Spring Water which is moderately hard with a neutral pH, rich in beneficial minerals and naturally saturated in oxygen.