Raincane’s water comes from an island off the coast of Alaska where it rains, snows or hails an average of 166 days a year.
Why go to such lengths just for water?
It is the purity.
Water’s purity is measured by the amount of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) suspended in the water. The range of safe drinking water starts at zero, which would be pure H2O, and goes to 500, anything beyond 500 is considered hard water and should not be drunk.