Tynant's water source is in Cambrian mountain in Wales, England, 125 meters deep from the ground. Discovered by a prospector, it is low in mineral content, mild in taste, and deeply favored by the British royal family.
Story or myth
Tynant's excellent water source was discovered in 1979 in a village called Bethany in the Welsh mountains, England. In order to irrigate a large area of farmland around the village, the villagers specially invited experts to look for water. They accidentally found this spring in the dark rock layer 30 meters deep underground. Then in 1989, tynant came out in Savoy Hotel in London, UK. At present, tynant high-quality spring water has been exported to more than 30 countries and regions, and is rated as the cleanest and purest product in drinking water.