Top 10 Most Expensive, Exotic And Purest Waters In The World



Water’s everywhere, but not a drop that you can afford to drink. That’s probably what people would say by seeing the price of these bottled waters at exorbitant prices.

Bottled water can be purified, distilled, sparkling or taken directly from the tap. It can also come from rain or an artesian well. Some contain flavors and become really expensive because of their limited supply and exoticism. Others are expensive simply because their creator has decided to make it a luxury item.

Here is a list of the 10 best and most expensive exotic bottled waters in the world.

10. Fine, 5 $ per 750 ml


This mineral water is one of the most famous luxury brands in Japan. Its original source is located 600m far from Mount Fuji. Volcanic rock, a true natural filter, gives pure and alkaline water.

According to the producer, this bottled water today is nearly 1,000 years old.

9. Tasmanian Rain, 5 $ par 750 ml


The Tasmanian Rain is drawn from this island south of Australia.
This water comes from Antarctic glacier drift and is harvested after 10,000 km without ever touching the Earth. As a result, it is one of the most weakly mineralized waters in the world: only 17 mg per liter.

It is presented in a recycled glass bottle and served as a vintage.

8. Lauquen Artes Mineral, 6 $ per 750 ml

Lauquen Artes Mineral

Imagine this kind of water is so pure, so fresh and so clean that it stays intact even by air until it is harvested and bottled. This is how the Lauquen Artes mineral water is presented. The water comes from an aquifer with a depth of 533 meters. This aquifer is located in a remote part of the Andean Cordillera. You can be damn sure that the water that touches your lips has had minimal contact, ensuring its purity and cleanliness.