Wondering where to buy Eternal Water for the best price or perhaps in bulk? Greetings, I’m your host, Pete. In this article, I’ll show you the best place to buy Eternal Water. Plus, I’ll share additional helpful information about this alkaline water brand and my Eternal Spring Water review.
By the end, you’ll know where to buy it and if Eternal is the best alkaline water for you to drink.
Now, let’s check out where to buy it.
Where to Buy Eternal Water
There are two ways to buy Eternal Water:
- Locally in the grocery store
- Online in bulk at Amazon #ad
If you’re already a huge fan of Eternal, you can save money by ordering it online straight to your front door. Plus, you’ll save your back the trouble of lugging cases of it home from Whole Foods or other grocery stores.
The largest case currently available is a 24 pack of 20 oz. bottles #ad.
Now that you know where to buy Eternal Water, let’s check out what makes this natural spring water so special compared to other leading alkaline bottled water brands.
Ingredients and Sources
You may be wondering what are the Eternal Water ingredients? The answer is there are no ingredients; it’s just water, and that’s it.
Eternal sources its water from three different mountain springs across the United States. These springs produce naturally alkaline water.
How does this happen? Water filters down through layers of rock and absorbs minerals along the way. By the time the water reaches the spring, it’s been filtered by the Earth.
The water has an alkaline pH because of the alkaline minerals it picks up along the way. Several common alkaline minerals found in water are calcium, magnesium, and potassium.
That’s why athletes swear by alkaline water because those three minerals are very important to stay hydrated during exercise and to recover faster afterward.
I’m starting to think that alkaline spring water is the new oil in America since anyone who can find it can drill down to it, extract it, and later sell it.
Eternal Water pH Test
Before you invest in a case of any alkaline bottled water brand, you should be sure that the company is delivering an alkaline pH.
The pH test below shows the results of Eternal Water. Are they delivering on their promise?
As you can see, the water tested right in the range that it advertises on the label.
I previously reviewed Alkaline 88 water, and he did mention that it had a pH of 8.8. However, unlike Eternal, Alkaline 88 is not spring water.
Who owns Eternal Water?
I had to do some digging since the company’s website doesn’t include the owner of the company’s name.
Strangely enough, it includes a quote reading:
We didn’t make our water… We discovered it.
It then reads “- Founder & CEO” with no name attached. Interesting.
Well, I did identify this mysterious “Founder & CEO.” His name is Karim Mashouf, and the name of the company is Eternal Beverages.
He struck a deal with the Arizona-based Kalil Bottling Company to be the distributor of Eternal Water. Kalil had previously distributed Smart Water before ultimately selling it back to Coca-Cola.
This is where Eternal Water came in to fill the void left by Smart Water.
My Eternal Spring Water Review
I love reviewing alkaline bottled water brands because I’ve spent many hours and long nights researching alkaline water products. I feel as though I’ve developed an ability to tell what’s legit and what’s not legit.
My review comes in two parts: my likes and my dislikes.
- Eternal Water uses BPA-free plastic to bottle its water. I think at this point all companies should use BPA-free plastic since everyone knows by now that BPA is harmful. However, there are other chemicals in plastic besides BPA.
- The water is 100% pure and unaltered. This is my favorite part about Eternal. I love the feeling of drinking water from the Earth that tastes great and is 100% pure.
- Eternal is indeed slightly alkaline. I do my best to avoid drinking acidic water altogether.
- The alkaline minerals in Eternal and the alkaline pH keep my body better hydrated before and after exercise or just in general.
- The water sources: it’s cool to know that I’m drinking natural spring water that’s domestic instead of shipped from overseas.
- I’ve noticed a trend among alkaline spring water brands that does irritate me, yet it’s comical that they’re copying the same marketing angle. First, I saw Waiakea Water use this pitch, and now I’ve confirmed that Eternal uses it as well. The pitch is that ionized water is bad because it’s not 100% natural, which is 100% untrue. Electrolysis – the process used to ionize water – is 100% natural. It uses the minerals that are already in the water to make it alkaline without adding anything.
- Eternal and Waiakea are selling people the idea that only alkaline spring water is healthy, and ionized water is bad. In my opinion, they’re doing this to compensate for the low alkaline pH of their water. It could be a veiled attack on the Essentia brand, which has a pH of 9.5. Personally, I drink alkaline ionized water every day with a pH between 8 and 9.5, so the Eternal brand is a bit low for my taste.
- I’m unsure about the effect this company has on the American water supply. Is it a good thing that a company is extracting spring water from a natural supply and bottling it to sell it? What are the long-term effects of this practice on the country’s water supply and the area where they are bottling it? Who is Karim Mashouf? Why does he hide his name on the company’s website? These are all relevant questions.
Outside of its attack on ionized water and the questions surrounding Karim Mashouf and his business practices, I do think Eternal is a legit product.
They’re delivering on their pH promise and serving water from natural sources in America. However, I’m unsure of how this affects the environment and water supply.
By now, you know where to buy Eternal Water in bulk.