A History of
Healthy, Natural Water.
The Midwest’s best drinking water
Century Springs Spring Water is considered the best drinking water in the Midwest, which comes from a natural spring near Genesee Depot, WI. The water comes up to the surface on its own and, even with the bubbles, is so clear you can see the rocks below the water.
The first bottling company started capturing crisp, clean water in the area around 1848.
Tourism grew to settlers
Over 60 springs were found within a 5-mile radius in Waukesha County. Of those springs roughly 35 started bottling the Spring Water. This was known as the Waukesha Spring Era.
This Era drew tourists who heard rumors that these springs in Wisconsin would cure any disease. Tourist turned into settlers and they built railroads, amusement halls, restaurants and more, growing Genesee Depot in Waukesha County into what it is known as today, “Spring Country”.
This luxury water is now for everyone
This naturally enriched Spring Water is filled with essential minerals like calcium. Century Springs water tastes great and enhances your body’s ability to stay healthy. The water sits at a perfectly balanced pH of 7.0, which allows your body to neutralize acids you ingest throughout the day.
During the Waukesha Spring Era this luxurious water was just for the rich and famous. Today, you can have this great tasting and healthy, natural wonder delivered to your home to give to your family.