Soda water, from the Coca-Cola Company. The name 'BonAqua' means 'Good Water' in French and Latin. This sugar-free mineral water is probably the healthiest product in the long line of Coca-Cola products. The water is ordinary local tap water, no natural springs or glacier water here. The water source is the Glomma water, actually unsuited for drinking water and has to be cleaned twice before botteling.

Before botteling, CO2 is added, among some minerals (Calcium chloride, potassium hydrocarbide]. The taste is quite fresh, without the sting some soda water can give.

If the mineral names are wrong, /msg me! The naming conventions on minerals in Norwegian language and English are quite different...

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