Filtered by nature. Pure and simple.
Eska water flows gently through Canadian glacial sediments for more than 15 years before we drink it. A pure and unique filtration system that requires zero human intervention.
Pure spring water, straight from the source.
Pristine northern Quebec welcomes abundant endless snow and rain of unparalleled purity. Each time snow or rain falls, the precipitation is meticulously filtered through layers of glacial sand, gravel and pebbles in the St-Mathieu-Lac-Berry esker.
And because nature is so incredibly generous with rain and snow in Abitibi, the Eska spring is constantly replenished.
This is nature following her true nature.
A remnant of the Ice Age, this underground geological water storage and filtration system that we call an esker dates back 8,000 years. As the glaciers melted, they left behind deposits, gradually creating successive layers of sand, gravel and pebbles.
Still today, the water from rain and melting snow is naturally filtered as it penetrates the esker, seeping down through sand, gravel and pebbles for more than 15 years before it’s harvested by Eska – and enjoyed as some of the purest water in the world.