Questions and answers

How can I identify a false product?

The “Borjomi” bottle was recently altered in shape to a more modern and elegant design. Check also for the authenticity of the distinctive “Georgian green” colour of the bottle. The labels should be easily legible and divided into two parts: the top half having the “Borjomi” name in English and the bottom in Georgian.

There is now only one deer logo on each bottle (as opposed to four on the older varieties), which is placed in the middle of the bottle between the two front labels.

The plastic “Borjomi” bottle has a white/transparent plastic cap and the glass bottle has a metal cap with a plastic ring; this splits into three equal parts when opened. All caps have written on them “Borjomi” across a red background.

The bottling and expiration dates and batch number are printed on the front of the label.

All information about the manufacturer is listed on the back label in the language of the country of distribution (in some countries this may be two, such as Kazakh and Russian in Kazakhstan).

The barcode is printed on the right side of the front label.

How long can Borjomi mineral water be stored after opening?

The water retains its properties for several days after opening. However, its carbon dioxide gradually escapes, which changes the taste of Borjomi water.

Is it OK to freeze Borjomi mineral water?

Freezing causes the water to lose some of its natural properties and is not recommended.

Is Borjomi mineral water from a plastic bottle the same as that from a glass one?

Yes, both glass and plastic bottles contain the same Borjomi spring water. Plastic containers were introduced for customer convenience due to plastic’s lightweight quality.