Pure breeze, the water extracted from the fog of the Canary Islands.
It is extraordinary what some people come up with, and on the other hand it is amazing how often the obvious leads to wonderful moments in our lives.
So who comes up with the idea of catching the condensate of the clouds in the Spanish Canary Islands before it falls to the ground?
All the same. Thanks for that!
All waters under a TDS of 30 are amazing in themselves. BREEZE is obtained from fog, from the clouds that get caught in the Canarian mountains, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. So what can we expect? Very pure water - cleaned by the best filter in the world. Our atmosphere above the ocean. Logical, right? The water is collected and bottled via huge collectors such as inverted umbrellas. We already know the principle from other cloud waters such as the Bahamas brand VEREN, which has already disappeared from the market, and the still very active Tasmanian CLOUD JUICE. With a subtle difference: It is cloud water from Europe and therefore available to us.
BREEZE is 100% sustainable and ecological, because the trade winds that drive the clouds over the islands are the only source of energy used in its production. Production is limited, as it is collected only during a few months of the year.
A small chic Bömble, wonderfully designed, it comes like so many other water first with a not easy to solve task: opening. Chic foil first removed we meet the wonderful water in 500ml fog concentrate. Minimalistically simple yet very elegant. Clear case of jewelry on every table. Especially due to his inconspicuously unobtrusive nature.
BREEZE 2020 is rightly the winner of the Luxury Lifestyle Awards in the category The Best Luxury Water in Europe.
BREEZE is the winner of the Luxury Lifestyle Awards 2020 and in the same year also awarded for its taste and purity by the renowned International Taste Institute. The truly prestigious SPECIAL PRIZE OF THE JURY of AVPA is already available in 2019 for BREEZE at the 3rd International Competition "Gourmet Waters", in Paris.