Perrier

A natural mineral water containing natural carbon dioxide
Languedoc-Roussillon, France, since 1903
  • Known since the time of the Roman Empire
  • Refreshing and invigorating
  • An alternative to sweet carbonated drinks
  • More than just water

Perrier is a crystal clear water containing natural gas of volcanic origin. It has a low mineral content and an abundance of gas bubbles, making it especially refreshing and thirst-quenching.

This French mineral water has become truly iconic, marrying a thirst for creativity and the avant-garde. Its distinctive bottle is recognized all over the world.

Refined, sparkling, refreshing, unique.

  • Natural
Can
0,25 L
  • Natural
    0,5 L
  • Lemon
    0,5 L
  • Lime
    0,5 L
  • Natural
    1 L
Plastic
  • Natural
    0,33 L
  • Natural
    0,75 L
Glass

How to enjoy

The taste of Perrier is best enjoyed at a temperature of 12°C. An added slice of lemon increases Perrier’s legendary sparkle and will create an even more refreshing drink. The high level of carbonation increases the production of saliva and activates the metabolism. We recommend that it is drunk as an aperitif (before a meal) or a digestif (after a meal).
12 С˚
Thanks to its low sodium concentration, Perrier water is universal: it can be served as a table water or used in cocktails. Perrier doesn’t change the taste of alcohol; rather, it complements the flavour, allowing the drinker to appreciate the beverage more fully.

Origin

Perrier’s source is found in a unique part of the south of France, near the city of Vergèze, not far from the extinct Agde volcano. Due to its volcanic origin, the mineral water is naturally carbonated: as it emerges from the depths of the Earth, it already contains carbon dioxide.
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