Willow Water is beautiful spring water from the English Lake District.
Willow Water's mineral content is a unique blueprint that reflects the geology of the Cartmel area. Just below the surface on Cartmel Fell lies a deep layer of peat formed from the remains of a prehistoric forest of white willow trees. This ancient woodland once covered the southern Lake District in a dense canopy.
As rain falls on Cartmel Fell the rainwater travels through this layer picking up valuable salicin on its journey. A substantial layer of limestone provides a natural filter and also endows Willow Water with its significant calcium content.
The water travels down away from the fells peaks, picking up the remaining minerals which make up its unique composition, and forms the aquifer in the sand and gravel beds that exists below the Cartmel area.