Our water’s going to taste better especially when it comes from Morr Beverages. That’s because our water is ultra-purified through a 10-stage water purification process which includes:

  1. Sediment filtration
  2. Ion exchange
  3. Activated carbon adsorption
  4. Five micron carbon block filtration
  5. One micron carbon block filtration
  6. Ultraviolet light disinfection
  7. Reverse osmosis
  8. Ozonation
  9. Storage
  10. Recirculation

We bottle Eden Water that has a purity of only one part per million total dissolved solids, making it some of the purest water on the market today.

Why Drink Ultra-Purified Custom Labeled Water?

If you’re going to pay for your water, make it purified.

To meet the legal definition of “purified water,” water impurities must be removed or reduced to extremely low levels. Water which meets this definition is of higher purity than spring water, tap water, or filtered water.

Purified water is not the same as filtered water. While both types of water are subject to some sort of filtration (as is almost every spring water), purified water is cleansed and purified through additional purification processes, typically reverse osmosis, distillation, or deionization. The result is of significantly higher purity than either spring water, tap water, or filtered water.

Is Spring Water Purified?

Many people believe that spring water is actually “pure” water. In all actuality, spring waters contain many of the same impurities found in drilled wells or even tap water. In fact, since springs feed our rivers, there’s lots of spring water right in your own tap water! On average, the purity of spring water is roughly comparable to that of tap water. Some of it has lower TDS levels and some higher. Learn more about spring water vs. purified water.