The Andes Mountains of Argentina have been loved by those with an affinity for pristine nature since they were first discovered, but beauty isn't the only thing they produce. Those mountains are also a source of premium drinking water, but not from where one might expect. The water isn't found in streams or waterfalls on the mountains, but instead in an underground aquifer almost a quarter of a mile beneath the surface. Water reaches the aquifer after a long trip down through the mountainous sediment, and along the way it is deeply cleansed of all impurities that can't follow through the porous rock. Lauquen Artes collects this water using sustainable and advanced methods that keep the water separate from modern air. This is a critical step in the process because it ensures the water remains as pure as it was when it was still buried beneath the frigid and gorgeous mountains.