Greenland is a remarkable place for water.


It began as snow, falling from an ice age sky onto what is now the Greenland ice cap. There it remained preserved, untouched and pristine throughout the millennia. Located north of the Arctic Circle on the west coast of Greenland, the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier has been a protected site on UNESCO's (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage List since 2004. This glacier produces more ice than any other outside Antarctica, filling the Ilulissat Ice fjord with icebergs that are the source of Iluliaq, the purest water in the world. A Pure classification (a TDS level of less than 10 ppm) is only achieved naturally by melted ice or snow that has never touched the earth. Measuring a mere 5 ppm, Iluliaq Original Iceberg Water surpasses even this rare level of purity.

Iluliaq Original Iceberg Water is the ideal water for distinctive gourmets and fine liquor amateurs. It will pair beautifully with the best wines too.