Castle Rock is a premium mountain spring water, which comes from freshly sourced Shasta Springs. This time we have tested two bottles of Castle Rock water.
- Castle Rock Water 1L
- Castle Rock Sparkling Water 1L
Castle Rock Water
According to the bottle information, Castle Rock was awarded as First premium water in 1899. Castle Rock spring water has naturally occurring minerals and alkalinity, it has a clean, refreshing taste and pure quality.
Revered by pilgrims, poets and indigenous Native Americans for centuries, people come to this internationally recognized location to experience Mount Shasta and partake of its legendary water.
This naturally filtered spring water undergoes a winding journey as it slowly percolates through miles of layered rock, flows through a network of lava tubes and finally exists the mountain in energetic streams.
Castle Rock water completes its natural purification cycle from ocean to rain and from the glacier to the Shasta Spring where it is sourced and bottled. The bottle was made from environmentally friendly glass. Castle Rock bottled water costs $2.99
Serving Size 8fl oz (240ml): Serving per container: 4.2
Amount Per Serving
- Calories – 0
- Calories from fat – 0
- Total Fat 0g – 0%
- Saturated Fat 0g – 0%
- Trans Fat 0g
- Cholesterol 0g – 0%
- Sodium 0g- 0%
- Total Carbohydrate 0g – 0%
- Dietary Fiber 0g – 0%
- Sugars 0g
- Protein 0g – 0%
- Vitamin A – 0%
- Vitamin C – 0%
- Calcium – 0%
- Iron – 0%
*Percent Daily Value are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Total Dissolved Solids – 89
Castle Rock Water Test Results
During our test of Castle Rock spring water, the TDS level in the water was 65ppm. According to the US EPA’s TDS chart, the Castle Rock is carbon filtered, mountain spring or aquifers water.
According to the pH value table, each color indicates a particular pH value. During our pH test of Castle Rock water, the value of the water was 7. That means Castle Rock spring bottled water is neutral.
Castle Rock Sparkling Water
Castle Rock lightly carbonated spring water freshly sourced from Shasta Springs.
Castle Rock carbonated water has the purest quality, clean, refreshing taste, and naturally occurring minerals. The bottle is made from 55% recycled glass. Castle Rock sparkling water costs $3.99. It is sold at Whole Foods markets.
- Natural spring water
- Carbon dioxide
Castle Rock Sparkling Water Test Results
The TDS content in Castle Rock lightly carbonated water was 60 ppm. The TDS results chart tells us that this sparkling water is carbon filtered, mountain spring or aquifers water.
The pH balance in Castle Rock sparkling water was 5. That means Castle Rock carbonated water is acidic.
Bottled at the source at Shasta Springs:
Aviva Beverage, LLC Dunsmuir, CA 96025
Product of USA
For water quality information or a bottles water report on their natural spring water, please call, 1-877-804-5090