3 Top-Rated Imported Bottled Water Brands You Can Find in China

By That's, April 18, 2019

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Worried about the quality of your drinking water? Fear not — we've rounded up a some of top-rated premium bottled water brands you can find in China.

1. San Benedetto Natural Premium Still Water

3 Top-Rated Imported Bottled Water Brands You Can Find in China

Extracted from the Venetian Alps, this low-mineral bottled water delivers a great taste for when you're feeling thirsty on the go or at home. A balanced composition of minerals and trace elements make it suitable for everyday drinking for the whole family. Available in a twenty-four pack of 500ml or in a six-pack of 1.5L, this water promotes healthy digestion and boasts diuretic properties. Ideal for those on low-sodium diets and for the preparation of infant formulas, this multi-purpose bottled water is worth stocking up on. 

3 Top-Rated Imported Bottled Water Brands You Can Find in China

For those who like a bit of kick to their water, San Benedetto also has a premium sparkling water range. This water is great for hosting dinners or parties, adding to fruit squashes or a slice of lemon/lime to replicate a healthy yet refreshing soda or fizzy drink.

San Benedetto Water

2. ECH2O Glaciers Mineral Spring Water

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Sourced, bottled and imported from the icy glaciers of Canada, these cool-tasting and cool-looking waters are perfect for when you're on the go. It's worth getting them for the geometric, diamond design of the bottles! Take them with you to the gym, work, school or while traveling. 


If you're always on the move and need to keep hydrated, then we recommend ordering the super value pack of 24 bottles, available in 350ml or 530ml in clear or in blue in the stylish diamond design. Full of natural vitamins and minerals, this water will keep you fit and healthy throughout the day, whether you are drinking it directly from the bottle or adding it to your favorite Chinese teas and soups. 

This Canadian-Imported Spring Water is Up to 15% Off Right NowThis Canadian-Imported Spring Water is 15% Off Right Now

3. Harrogate Spring Water


Imported from the UK, Harrogate has a range of different bottled waters that are suited for all sorts of lifestyles. For dinner parties or business meetings and conferences, you can order glass bottles, plastic bottles for having on the go, larger 1.5L bottles for keeping at home to drink or cook with and a range of Sports Cap bottles that are ideal for bringing along during your next workout. Placed in high-grade packaging, naturally balanced in vitamins and minerals and pH neutral, this water is both healthy and stylish for whatever your lifestyle may be. 


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