Five to six times a year, a small team heads to remote parts of Australia to collect and process wildflowers that are in bloom.
Once a plant group is identified, the team assemble large glass bowls of Spring Water and go about picking flowers that are in 3 stages. Early, mid and late bloom in order to capture all the life stages of the plant.
The flowers are then put through two seperate processes.
In the first they are gently immersed in the water and left there for 4 hours in bright sunlight. In the second they are boiled for 5 minutes to extract all the properties of the flowers.
Collected essences are then combined and put through a multi filtration process. This final essence concentrate is put through an all natural proprietary process to ensure sterility.
In the final process, Australian Mountain Spring Water is then mixed with dilute quantities of the final essence concentrate at a bottling plant at the source of the spring.
The dilution is enough to be efficacious but not enough to flavour or colour the water.