Borjomi is a mineral water of volcanic origin from a natural source more than 1,500 years old. Pushed out by natural carbonic gas, it arrives at the earth’s surface from a depth of 8–10km.
Unlike other sodium bicarbonate types of water Borjomi does not cool underground, but instead emerges warm (38–41°С). On its way to the surface, Borjomi water is enriched with 60 different minerals, which are contained in the Caucasian mountains.
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