Cedea Luxury Mineral Water is a concept truly unique.
It takes shape in a special place, worldwide known for its beauty: the Dolomite mountains of north east of Italy, some of the tallest mountains in central Europe, uniquely spectacular rocky mountains in the world.
The Cedea water spring was discovered right there, at fifteen hundred metres above the sea, where Mother Nature created a spot of a paradise.
Cedea, the only water spring of the Ladin Dolomites, wants to make its luxury water known to the rest of the world, together with its magic values of life.
The high values of the Dolomites territory, UNESCO World Heritage, could only generate a mineral water of the highest, world-class quality.
Cedea is a first-class quality water. It’s absolutely natural and it’s also harvested in the most natural way.
It gushes out with its own energy, flowing from a rock fracture. It’s possible to watch it and hear it coming to life!
The mountains that give it birth are one of a kind, worldwide famous for their breathtaking and fascinating beauty.
Purity, energy, poetry. This is Cedea, the Enrosadira luxury water of the Dolomites.
Cedea was born to give the opportunity to have a water like no-one else.
Cedea is nobility: its harvesting process and the whole production process, are of the highest sustainability.
Cedea is green at the maximum levels, in the respect of the Earth and its own nature.
There was no need to drill the ground, there was no need to add any human intervention in order to drink Cedea water.
Cedea is Nature,Life, Luxury. It’s simply the most natural taste of the majestic, spectacular, magic Dolomite mountains.
A MAGIC LOCATION
Mother Nature enriched Cedea’s birthplace in a way that makes it authentically unique in the world.
The Cedea water spring is located right in the heart of the Dolomites, at the feet of the Marmolada, also called “the Queen of the Dolomites”.
This place has many special features, thanks to the natural environment of the Dolomites.
In fact, they are so beautiful that UNESCO certified them as World Heritage.
The Dolomites, also known as pale mountains, are only concentrated within a small area. They are part of the Alps, but have nothing in common with any other mountain.
They have been inhabited for fifteen centuries by a local ethnic group: the Ladins, who still today are a recognised independent people. They safeguard and take care of the Dolomites territory.
The Ladin’s long history generated a very local culture, strictly linked to the Dolomites themselves.
Beside the traditions, customs and language, many legends and myths were passed on to the new generations for a millennium and a half.
Cedea is indeed inspired by ancient legends.