Mineral Water

San Pellegrino

Italy’s most famous mineral water that is carbonated. San Pellegrino is high in mineral content - mostly Calcium, Magnesium, Bicarbonate, Chloride, and Sulphate. The extremely low Nitrate level is perhaps San Pellegrino's greatest virtue. It is the first choice of mineral water from top end restaurants to funky cafes around the world.




What to look for in this product:

No distracting odour,
Fairly dense effervescence with an abundance of fine bubbles
•Moderate acidity with high mineral content  which leaves a pleasant aftertaste and gratifying sensation


Suggested uses:

•Best served with a slice of lemon, orange, lime or some mint
•A good substitute for sodas with fizzy effects but less of the fructose content
•Also good to add to fruit beverages at parties and a good substitute for alcoholic drinks
Mineral Water
Size 6x500ml

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San Pellegrino

San Pellegrino

Since 1899, for more than a century, San Pellegrino Group has been a well-established name throughout the world, synonymous with the highest quality in mineral water and carbonated beverages. Distributed in over 120 countries in all five continents, all its products - from non-alcoholic aperitifs to soft drinks - represent quality excellence, especially its extraordinary mineral waters.



By virtue of their origins, a strong relationship with Italy, its culture and its traditions, San Pellegrino perfectly interpret Italian style as a synthesis of conviviality, well-being and fine dining. This luxury mineral water comes from a thermal spring at the bottom of a dolomite mountain wall in the Italian Alps. San Pellegrino's sources are three deep springs which emerge at 22 degrees C. The waters come from an aquifer 1,300 feet below the surface, where limestone and volcanic rocks impart unique minerals and trace elements. San Pellegrino’s water is mineralized through contact with the rocks and is heated by geothermal gradient until reaching the spring,



Did you know?

  • The town of San Pellegrino in the mountains north of Milan was first made famous by quenching the thirst of Leonardo da Vinci
  • Joseph Priestly invented the sparkling water during the 18th century though never gained any monetary reward
  • Arranciata was the first sparkling fruit beverages offered by San Pellegrino in 1932
  • San Pellegrino club shaped glass bottle known as ‘Clavetta” is iconic as for 80 years it hasn’t been change. The surface resembles the peel of citrus fruit both to the touch and sight. The paper label reflects the naturalness of the product.