Behind the magic.

... and why is it a cube?

Let's start with the easy question. To us, a cube is the most beautiful geometrical shape there is. Functionally, our cube fits through any bottleneck. Waterdrop™ is the result of three years of research & development with the leading experts from the beverage, health and nutrition industry. Every ingredient, combination and reaction was extensively tested in order to create the best-tasting and most unique drinking experience for you.  

Behind the magic.

... and why is it a cube?

Let's start with the easy question. To us, a cube is the most beautiful geometrical shape there is. Functionally, our cube fits through any bottleneck. Waterdrop™ is the result of three years of research & development with the leading experts from the beverage, health and nutrition industry. Every ingredient, combination and reaction was extensively tested in order to create the best-tasting and most unique drinking experience for you.

How do you get the fruits into the cube?

Our recipe and production process is unique. First, we gather all the best fruit and plant extracts. To achieve this, we partner with a German family owned business who are experts in sustainably sourcing the best ingredients from their own fields and from worldwide trusted growers and partners.
After harvesting the fruits, they are dried in a specialized process where all the water is carefully and slowly removed. After being ‘reduced to the max’, namely to pure essences and extracts, we bring in our secret formula and compress the magic into our little big cubes.
 
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How do you get the fruits into the cube?

Our recipe and production process is unique. First, we gather all the best fruit and plant extracts. To achieve this, we partner with a German family owned business who are experts in sustainably sourcing the best ingredients from their own fields and from worldwide trusted growers and partners.

After harvesting the fruits, they are dried in a specialized process where all the water is carefully and slowly removed. After being ‘reduced to the max’, namely to pure essences and extracts, we bring in our secret formula and compress the magic into our little big cubes.
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How does it stay fresh ?

We compressed a lot of fruit and plant extracts into our drops which are very sensitive when it comes to environmental elements such as air or moisture. Since we don't use any preservatives, we package our drops in recyclable PET. Our light and handy packaging fits into the tightest of skinny jeans so you can have a fresh and delicious drink — wherever and whenever..


How does it stay fresh?

We compressed a lot of fruit and plant extracts into our drops which are very sensitive when it comes to environmental elements such as air or moisture. Since we don't use any preservatives, we package our drops in recyclable PET. Our light and handy packaging fits into the tightest of skinny jeans so you can have a fresh and delicious drink — wherever and whenever.

How does the cube dissolve?

The reason why the cube dissolves in water is because we make use of the natural reaction between baking soda, potash and citric acid. The citric acid reacts with the baking soda and potash and disappears completely. What remains is sodium citrate and potassium citrate, which have an alkaline effect on the body. Strictly speaking, these are not salt; they are now alkaline metals.
It is important to make this differentiation because when we speak of ‘salt’, we mostly mean sodium chloride, which should not be eaten in excess. Nevertheless, you will find ‘salt’ on our ingredients list since according to EU-regulation, any sodium has to be labelled with a factor of 2.5 x its net weight, as the described reaction that happens when dissolving is not considered.
 
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How does the cube dissolve?

The reason why the cube dissolves in water is because we make use of the natural reaction between baking soda, potash and citric acid. The citric acid reacts with the baking soda and potash and disappears completely. What remains is sodium citrate and potassium citrate, which have an alkaline effect on the body. Strictly speaking, these are not salt; they are now alkaline metals.

It is important to make this differentiation because when we speak of ‘salt’, we mostly mean sodium chloride, which should not be eaten in excess. Nevertheless, you will find ‘salt’ on our ingredients list since according to EU-regulation, any sodium has to be labelled with a factor of 2.5 x its net weight, as the described reaction that happens when dissolving is not considered.