Gerolsteiner Mineral Water

This is just a basic sparkling water. What makes it special is that it stays carbonated better than any mineral water I have ever tried. This stuff stays bubbly for 3 or 4 days after it's opened. Every other brand I have tried goes flat within a day.
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September 6, 2006

Mkes the best spaetzle ever!!!! It's what the Germans and Austrians use instead of milk....really!

February 7, 2007


March 20, 2007

This is the best price on the best Wasser.

April 2, 2007

I drink this like it's going out of style. I love that it's bottled in glass, b/c plastic packaging isn't the best, but also the taste & quality is superb. The price is the best deal ever!!

September 27, 2007

WANTED an old bottle the glass ones that were last sold at Trader Joes in July 2007 in Southern California it can be empty. please contact

March 27, 2008

Gerolsteiner is high in natural carbonic acid. That is why it stays "fizzy" for so long, the carbonation hasn't been added. This mineral water comes from areas with volcanic rock that is especially rich in natural carbonic acid. The higher the carbonic acid content of a water, the higher the amount of minerals that are solubilized from the surrounding rock layers. This is truly the BEST! No chance of lead in this water and the price is right! Thank you Trader Joe

August 6, 2008

Very good stuff; as mentioned previously, stays fizzy longer than many other mineral waters. Loaded with minerals so it is good for you. Good price as well.

September 22, 2009

Great tasting, and very high in minerals, according to Gerolsteiner website, it contains 348 mg of calcium and 108 mg of magnesium per liter.

October 3, 2009

Gerolsteiner is the only brand of mineral water or bottled water I know of in the states you can get which is the same as what europeans drink when you talk about 'bottled water'.

The bottled water for sale in the states is just tap water. Bon Aqua, a Coca Cola product, *is* sold here, but it's absolutely terrible and barely anyone touches it - probably just tourists who are clueless.

Natural mineral water springs do exist in the states, but they are not developed because I believe they are not widely recognized for their healing capacity.

The 'bottled water' sold in the states is nothing more than snake oil - yes, europeans drink bottled water, but besides both products being mostly H2O and being in a bottle, the similarities end there.

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