THE HAWAIIAN WATER CYCLE
The sun & wind cause water molecules from the Pacific Ocean to evaporate into the air.
High above Hawaiʻi, tropical rain clouds begin to form. Winds push the clouds against the mountains and cause the clouds to rise.
Tropical rain falls on majestic mountain tops & pristine forests on the most isolated land mass in the world.
13,000 feet of volcanic lava rock filters our water, gathering minerals until it collects in a natural artesian aquifer at the base of Mauna Loa where we bottle at the source.