Aur’a – the Miracle in the Banat Mountains
Aur’a water comes from the Ursoanea Spring, located in Ocna de Fier (Caras Severin County), at the foot of the Golden Hawk Mountains (Masivul Cracul de Aur) in the Banat Mountains. It springs from the mountain and it reaches the surface being naturally filtered by sand, sand and gravel, cobble, clay and topsoil. This natural process attributes unique properties to it: pH 8.28, gold and silver colloid content, absence of organic matter.
With a desire to keep these properties unaltered, bottling is done in glass, according to quality standards, in a modern factory, on a fully automated line, located in the immediate vicinity of the spring.
Being in an area without industrial, agricultural or tourist activities, thousands of hectares away from possible sources of pollution, Aur’a water is a blessing of nature.
Aur’a presents a mix of vital health qualities with extraordinary benefits to the consumer, a source of health that purifies the body and ensures vitality and longevity. The properties it presents due to its unique composition places it on the luxury water world market. Aur’a is distinguished from the diversity and variety of mineral water brands, being among the most exclusive drinking waters in the world.
National and international recognition honors us
Laboratory analyzes conducted in the Wessling laboratory network, headquartered in Altenberge (Germany) and the Laboratory of Mass Spectometry, Chromatography and Ion Physics at the prestigious National Institute for Research and Development for Isotropic and Molecular Technologies in Cluj Napoca, reveal chemical and microbiological indicators without equal compared to other marketed waters. Aur’a is the only water in Romania awarded with three gold stars in Brussels in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 with the Superior Taste Award, by the International Institute for Taste and Quality. Aur’a is also the only water in Romania designated since 2016 as a Trust Mark and Strategic Partner of the Union of Bilateral Chambers of Commerce in Romania.