Icelandic Glacial™ is the super-premium natural spring water from the “Land Of Fire and Ice”.
Home to glaciers, spouting geysers, volcanoes and raging rivers, Iceland is one of the world’s cleanest ecosystems. It’s also home to the legendary Ölfus Spring, the source of Icelandic Glacial.  Formed more than 5,000 years ago and shielded by an impenetrable barrier of lava rock, the Spring is constantly replenished by rain, snow and ice-melt from the nearby mountains.  The water is slowly and naturally filtered through layers of volcanic rock, thereby producing a natural spring water so pure that nothing is added or taken away.

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January 12, 2016

Past Events
The Huffington Post: Water Company Gives Classic '90s Diet Coke Ad A Brilliant Queer Makeover

February 12, 2016

Icelandic Glacial water company is paying homage to a classic Diet Coke ad from the '90s in their latest marketing effort -- but with a queer makeover that we absolutely love. In this reimagining of the ad, a group of women in an office all gather at the window exactly at 10:30 to ogle a hunky surfer as he emerges from the ocean after a morning of surfing. Except it's not just women losing their minds over the dreamy surfer -- a dude joins in the fun, adding a novel queer twist to the narrative. In the original commercial from 1994, the women in that ad lose their minds over a muscly construction worker as he takes his daily Diet Coke break... Continue Reading →

BevNET: Icelandic Glacial and Cher Team Up to Combat Flint Water Crisis

January 26, 2016

Last week Icelandic Glacial sent 181,440 bottles of water to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan in support of a nationwide effort to support the city of Flint during its ongoing contaminated water crisis. This particular donation came out of an unlikely partnership between the premium bottled water brand and famed singer, actress and activist Cher. The city has suffered from lead-contaminated water since April, 2014, when the city switched its water supply from Lake Huron to the Flint River, and Cher has been an outspoken critic of Michigan’s efforts to help Flint and its residents. During a recent appearance on “The View” she called governor Rick Snyder “either a liar or an idiot.” Taking matters into her own hands,... Continue Reading →

US Weekly: Cher Teams With Icelandic Glacial to Send 181,000 Bottles of Water to Flint, Michigan

January 22, 2016

Cher posed Oct. 10, 2013, in Paris. Credit: Francois Guillot /AFP/Getty Images   Doing something to help. Cher is offering assistance to the people of Flint, Michigan, whose water supply has been contaminated with lead since 2014. The singer wants to make sure that the town's 100,000 residents have access to clean water and has teamed up with Icelandic Glacial to donate 181,440 bottles of water to the city. "This is a tragedy of staggering proportion and shocking that it's happening in the middle of our country," Cher, 69, said in a statement Saturday, January 16. "I am so grateful that Icelandic Glacial has come on board to help the city of Flint. I cannot wait for the water to... Continue Reading →