The landscape of the midwest United States has not always looked the way it does today. In the last ice age, there were massive glaciers that crossed the land and cut away massive areas of the landscape to carve it into the modern configuration. One of the main changes in the landscape at that time was the creation of the Great Lakes, and the tremendous glacier that carved those lakes also left behind ice that would later become the basis for a number of premium freshwater aquifers in the midwest of the United States. Indigo H2O sources their water from one of these aquifers, and it remains one of the most premium brands of bottled water in the industry. When Indigo H2O collects their water, they put it through additional purification systems in order to guarantee the water is as pure and delicious as possible. There is also a tremendous mineral content in this water.