Why Bottled Water?
You can trust bottled water for convenience, refreshment and product quality. But the water you drink from your tap or refrigerator dispenser is safe to drink as well. So why drink bottled water?
You'll enjoy convenient refreshment instantly from your bottled water dispenser anytime you reach for a cool, refreshing glass of water or a hot beverage.* Great-tasting bottled water
actually enhances the taste of your favorite
beverages and meals. It helps bring out the
best taste of your coffee, hot tea, soup or
any of your favorite recipes that you
need to prepare with water.
*Hot and cold water dispenser required
Have you ever tried filling up a saucepan from your refrigerator dispenser? It's tough to do. But Alhambra® bottled water dispensers are specifically designed to make it easy to fill containers like coffee brewers, large pots or fitness bottles to take with you for the day. So for water quality, delivery convenience and enhancing your life with great-tasting water, nothing beats bottled water from Alhambra!
What's Your Water Type?
You really are what you drink! So it's a good thing Alhambra® has a variety of water options to suit your individual needs, preferences and tastes.
So, what kind of H20 are you?
Our best-selling water choice known for its crisp, clean taste.
Direct from natural protected sources, our spring water is clean, fresh and delicious.
A confined aquifer containing groundwater that flows upward through a well without the need for pumping.
Perfect for traditional distilled water uses like cooking, hot beverages, steam irons, humidifiers and more, as well as low sodium diets.
The same fresh, clean taste of purified water plus added fluoride, which may help prevent tooth decay.*
*Consult your physician or dental professional if using another fluoridated product.
Trusted by moms for over 60 years, Nursery Water is America's #1 baby water. Nursery purified water is processed by steam distillation and may be used to mix with formula and cereal, is simple to use to dilute juice and is a good source of drinking water for your child. Nursery is available with and without added fluoride. Your doctor can help you decide which one is best for your child.
Learn more at nurserywater.com.
With Athena water, you can make a difference every time you drink bottled water! Created for the Cause®, every bottle of Athena water you purchase helps generate funds toward breast cancer awareness, care, education and research – helping to end the battle against breast cancer once and for all. It's just one more way you can stay refreshed and make a difference every day.
Learn more at athenawater.com.
In addition to refreshing bottled water, Alhambra® delivers Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew, Arnold Palmer®, AriZona® Tea, Crystal Light® On The Go packs and Sqwincher® drink mixes and pops, as well as many other delicious hot and cold beverages. Ask your route sales representative about these additional products today so you can enjoy the convenience of your favorite brands delivered to your home or office!
Your Great Body of Water
Did you know your body is about 65% water?1 Diet and exercise are important for your overall health. Water is always a good alternative to carbonated soft drinks and other sugary drinks. So as you invest in your body and your health, consider making bottled water a part of an overall diet and exercise plan that could help you lose or maintain weight, improve your skin and bodily functions and give you more energy throughout the day.
Think about it. Now that you're aware your body is about 65% water, you should care even more about the water that you, your family and your employees drink every day. Bottled water is a great way to provide quality, great-tasting refreshment for everyone in your home or office throughout the day.
We know you are concerned about water quality for you and your family. Does the water you drink meet the Quality Standards test? Click here to find out more about water quality processes, standards and regulations as well as Alhambra® Water Quality Reports.
1 "The environment and your health," girlshealth.gov, http://www.girlshealth.gov/environment/water/index.cfm