BILINER Naturally Carbonated Natural Mineral Water

World famous water used in hydromineral curative establishments in Spa industry

Excellent representative of water used for many Centuries in European hydromineral curative establishments as internal balneotherapy. Due to its composition and excellent taste it is also suitable as a beverage for gastronomy. Appropriately complements the drinking regime in the home. BILINER has the largest range of applications – for reducing the acidity of blood and urine, treating gout, rheumatism, oxalate stones, diabetes, heartburn, and for inhalations. The most prominent name associated with healing springs has been BILINER Sauerbrunn (locally BÍLINSKÁ KYSELKA), owned and sold by noble House of Lobkowicz on the estate of Bilina City since 1664.

It is a natural healing source, defined by the Czech Republic national Spa Act 164/2001 Coll.

The strongest European naturally carbonated natural mineral water BILINER originates in the Bohemian Central Mountains near the town of Bílina. Draws from a depth of 190.8 m near the majestic Biliner Stein mountain, which beauty acclaimed Celebrities such as Alexander von Humboldt and J. W. Göthe.

BILINER has won many medals around the world. Already in 1900, BILINER was awarded the Golden Medal at the World Expo in Paris as the Best natural dietetic drink of the World.

Strongly mineralized and naturally sparkling springs are a special natural phenomenon.

Cations mg/l Anions mg/l
Li+ 3.72 F 5.10
Na+ 1 792 Cl 231
K+ 89.33 SO42- 542
Mg2+ 41.90 HCO3 4 482
Ca2+ 133.70
Non-dissociated components 59,20
TDS (mg/l) 7 389,87
Natural carbondioxide CO2 (mg/l) 1 991,00
pH (16 °C) 6,7
Osmotic pressure 437 kPa

Classification of BILINER

BILINER is Naturally Carbonated Natural Mineral Water. Rich in mineral salts. Contain bicarbonate, sulphate, chloride, magnesium, fluoride, sodium, iron. Contains more than 1.5 mg/l of fluoride, not suitable for regular consumption by infants and children under 7 years of age.


White water is collected from the source BJ 6 – deep well 190.6 m, then it is pressurized by underground pipeline and accumulated at a constant temperature in the reservoirs. From these tanks, it is transported without any modifications or chemical preservation to the pressurized bottle filler in the bottling area. This gentle process allows you to maintain almost the original amount of finely dissolved carbon dioxide, which is essential for the delicious taste of this mineral water. This whole process is the reason why the Bílin Watermelon is unique for centuries.

BILINER is used for curative purposes

BILINER is used at source for curative purposes in thermal and hydromineral establishments since 1664. BILINER combines in a rare way the effects of healing water and an excellent and delicate taste of the mineral salt mixture.

What is “Naturally Carbonated”?

In the case of BILINER is there rare combination of the yield from the natural healing source and the naturally carbonated water. The BILINER source is saturated with natural gases and is therefore sparkling from Nature.

The path of BILINER from the ground to the bottle:

1. Basalt rocks contiguous with a permeable coil

2. Mineralized crackling water heated by volcanic activity

3. Output of carbon dioxide

4. Cold water saturated with carbon dioxide

5. The borehole BJ-6 Bilina with depth of 190,8 m

6. Fracture systems protruding to the surface

7. Clay impervious layers sealing the orthole layers

8. Drainage circuits draining surface water from the spring

9. The spring in the spa park is part of the first-degree protection zone according to the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

10. The buildings of BILINER bottling plant

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