By: Metromint  09-12-2011
Keywords: natural health, Reverse Osmosis, Health Benefits


What is Metromint?
Metromint is mintwater, nothing but pure water and real mint.

What is different about your products?
Our mint gives you a cooling sensation when you drink it, and you get all the natural health benefits of mint.

Why mint?
Mintwater is very refreshing.

Why should I drink it, are there any benefits?
Refreshing cooling sensation, soothes stomach, calms, freshens breath, hydrates.

Mint flavored water?
It's not a flavor, we use real mint grown pesticide-free in the Yakima Valley.

Is it mint oil?
We use the essential oil from mint; that's why you get the natural cooling sensation and the health benefits of mint.

How do you get the mint in the product?
It's a trade secret. We use water and real mint.

Where does your water come from?
Bottled waters either come from a spring or from a public source. We made a choice not to use spring water because it has a stronger taste that competes with our mint. We purify our water using Reverse Osmosis.

Why Reverse Osmosis water?
We wanted to create a blank canvas so that the real mint is what you taste.

Does it have sugar?
No sugar and no sweeteners of any kind.

Keywords: Health Benefits, Mint, natural health, Reverse Osmosis

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varieties of Metromint

This philanthropic endeavor donates 10% of the profits from the sales of goodberrymint to local organizationsto help fund the good work they do. Inspired by the antioxidant-rich goodness of the berries in our formula, we instituted “project goodberry.. Goodberrymint combines pure water, real mint, and berry essence.


about our product

We treat the mint using a double-distillation process that steams the leaves until we reach the true essence of the mint. When it comes to Metromint, our dedication to purity is so high we couldn't trust just anyone to bottle Metromint. So we bought our own bottling plant and converted it to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. Fresh, flavorful, pesticide-free mint grown in Washington State's Yakima Valley.