The ancestry of this region of southern Chile is traced back to the Mapuche People, known to live in harmony with the beauty, purity and abundance of nature. They named Colico Lake in their native language Agua Clara or Clear Water.
The "A" water source is the largest natural water stream flowing from the foothills of the Andes Mountains into Colico Lake in Chile.
The site is in a uniquely balanced ecosystem located near the town of Cunco, 700 kms. south of Santiago, in a region named Araucania.
The source is within view of the Llaima Volcano.
The "A" water source brings to the bottle water that has percolated and filtered thru the ground from the Andes mountains for 20 years, hence its very balanced mineral content and softness.