Fur mineral water
The ground water on the island of FUR is unique, not only in Denmark but across the world. The water’s journey on FUR is long, spanning thousands of years. When it rains on FUR is when the long journey begins. The water seeps slowly down through the island’s moler (clay), which consists of layers of microscopic diatoms. Deposited on the sea bottom 55 million years ago and approximate 200 layers of
volcanic ash from the opening of the North Atlantic. This percolation filters the water, thus absorbing natural minerals and salts.