Crystal Geyser is natural alpine spring water. Bottled at the spring source near the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Olancha, California.
We have tested 2 bottles of Crystal Geyser water.
- Crystal Geyser Natural Alpine Spring Water. Costs $0.34.
- Crystal Geyser Sparkling Spring Water. Costs $0.99
Crystal Geyser Natural Alpine Spring Water 500 mL
To ensure quality and taste, Crystal Geyser bottled water is always bottled at the spring. This spring water doesn’t have any added minerals. Depending on the source of the water, it may have a small amount of naturally occurring fluoride 0 to 0.7 parts per million.
Crystal Geyser water bottles are 100% recyclable. The bottles are BPA free, they are made from polyethylene terephthalate, which is called PET. Check on the bottle and make sure if you can get a cash refund in your area.
According to their website, they have an absolute filtration method which is also coupled with their use of other filters and ozonation during the bottling process. This ensures that Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water is always pure, high-quality spring water without needing to strip away any of the desirable natural minerals and taste through distillation or purification.
Crystal Geyser Water Test Results
When we tested Crystal Geyser spring water, we found out, that the TDS level in the water was 113 ppm, and the pH was about. 7.5.
Crystal Geyser Sparkling Spring Water 1.25L
Serving Size 8fl. oz. (240ml): Servings per container about
Amount per serving
- Calories 0 – 0 %
- Total Fat 0mg 0mg – 0 %
- Sodium 5mg – 0 %
- Total Carbohydrates 0g – 0 %
- Suger 0g – 0 %
- Protein 0g – 0 %
Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
- Spring water
- Carbonation added
Crystal Geyser Sparkling Water Test Results
Crystal Geyser sparkling spring water TDS test result showed 40-60 ppm, and the pH was approximately 5.
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- May 6, 2019
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