Far beneath the earth’s surface at a depth of 327m is the natural home of Antipodes; an artesian aquifer composed of silica rich ignimbrite rock. Assessed as New Zealand’s deepest high quality water source, it exists under such immense geological pressure that the water flows naturally all the way to the surface. Its measured age at bottling is between 50 to 300 years.
Antipodes water has been consistently rated as one of the finest waters in the world and the purest in New Zealand. It is the first water in the world to be carbon zero certified, acknowledged by the United Nations for its environmental responsibility.