Coffee—whether it’s cascading down from the spout of a Keurig or made over a campfire; combined with a dash of pumpkin spice or a good dose of almond milk; however you take it, I think we can all agree that it’s one of life’s simplest yet most delicious pleasures. But, regardless of if you’re a coffee connoisseur or only imbibe every so often, there is one thing most coffee drinkers seem to frequently overlook..
Although we are sad to see summer go, we are already looking forward to all of the good times the chillier months are sure to bring. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and, of course, all the vacation time that comes with it! Many of us at Eldorado Natural Spring Water are going to visit family and friends during the holidays but a few lucky ducks are headed south, very south—South America to be exact.
As many of you may already know, Eldorado Natural Spring water has taken home more gold and silver medals at the Berkeley Springs International Tasting than we can even count! But just this past weekend, one of our very own team members took home a different kind of gold medal. That's right, Curtis Heldenbrand, an integral part of our marketing team by day, and by night, an incredibly talented Super Stock race car driver, just won his first track Championship at Colorado National Speedway. He is so talented in fact, that Eldorado Springs is just one of his many official sponsors.
Whether it’s attempting to keep the office plant alive or pleading with perennials in the front yard, gardening is truly a test of patience. Overwater your plant due to anticipation of growth, and it might die. Not enough sunlight each day (or too much), and it might die. Hydration and environmental needs all amount to a guessing game when it comes to finding that perfect balance. Not everyone can be blessed with the highly coveted ‘green thumb’, but there are certain tricks of the trade that everyone can follow to help ensure that their plants live a long and healthy life.
Ah, sweet summertime. Nothing's better than the feel of fresh cut grass on your toes, the smell of a backyard BBQ, and the sound of kids splashing in the pool. Although the season has come to a close, there are still certain flavors that can bring us back! Sweet berry cocktails and various flavored frozen drinks have always been a staple of summer relaxation, but we would like to introduce a new contender: the refreshing and hydrating Eldorado Natural Spring Water mocktail!
The sweet sound of those squeaky school bus breaks and a peaceful mid-morning silence can mean only one thing—the kids are off to school. You’ve provided them with binders and glue sticks galore, the “coolest” backpack and a nutritious lunch. But is there something else you could be doing to ensure they have a safe and successful school year? It could be as simple as a water bottle!
These days it seems like DIY’s are all the rage—and for good reason! DIY projects are a great way to enjoy creative family time while also using up those gizmos and gadgets that would otherwise be thrown away. At Eldorado Natural Spring Water, we love anything that reduces our environmental impact and encourages recycling. That’s why we’re proud to be the very first bottled water company to introduce 100% recycled water bottles and a fully solar powered manufacturing facility.
We are a bit biased, but we (and many, many others) consider Colorado to be home to both the best tasting water in the country AND some of the best tasting beer. Is it just a coincidence? The answer is no! Although hops, barley, and yeast get all the attention, water is actually the main ingredient in beer.
We talk all the time about how important hydration is. But even WE occasionally forget to consume a glass of water when we should. Thankfully there are many tracking tools out there to keep us honest! Here are our top 5 favorite water-tracking apps.
While it’s no secret that drinking water is beneficial to your health, it may come as a surprise that being dehydrated—or even just feeling a little thirsty—may have a significant impact on cognitive function. We know that doctors recommend drinking eight cups of water a day, but do we really understand the impact dehydration has on our lives?