Where can you find a sparkling water product that is committed to utilizing sustainable sources and gives back to the Texas Park and Wildlife Foundation? Aside from that, where can you find one that purely tastes like Texas? But literally, the water...is Texas water. Rambler Sparkling Water is a Texas limestone-filtered sparkling water founded by James Moody, David Mead, Leo Kiely, Bill Kiely, and Jeff Trucksess in Austin, Texas.
With plenty of sparkling waters available in the market, Rambler is made and inspired by the clear Texas water. Rambler only chooses sustainable water resources since water is known to be a scare resource. They are also in partnership with Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation where a portion of their sales go towards the said foundation. This premium sparkling water is proudly made the Texas way. Aside from being sustainably sourced, their process involves three steps which include the Texas limestone filtration system. According to their website, this imparts their signature taste from other leading products.
First in their process is filtration. Rambler triple filters their sparkling water into the following, reverse osmosis, through UV, and through the Texas limestone filtration. They also remineralize the water which results in Rambler's signature taste giving sparkling water a refreshing twist! Carbonation is said to be tricky since you have to find the right balance of sparkle that won't overwhelm the taste of the base water. Rambler ensures that the measure of carbonation is perfect and enhances the taste of the limestone-filtered flavor they are known for.
Lastly comes in the packaging. As the company promotes sustainability, Rambler Sparkling Water is packed in recyclable aluminum cans designed with the gorgeous watering holes of Texas. Rambler is being sold individually in your favorite local restaurants and coffee shops and also comes in 6-packs in 12-ounce cans.
Find a Rambler near you and taste the refreshing goodness of a locally made limestone-filtered water.