Borjomi water is sourced from a 1,500-year-old volcanic spring where the natural pressure of carbon dioxide pushes water to the surface from 10km underground.
Unlike many sodium bicarbonate waters, Borjomi water does not have to time to cool before reaching the surface, arriving at a temperature of 38-41oC. On its journey upwards, the rock formations of the Caucasian mountains enrich the water with more than 60 distinct mineral compounds. Comprehensive research has concluded that deep mineralized water sources, fresh water sources, and weakly mineralized water sources comprise what comes to us as Borjomi water.