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Presently, all nine production wells in the Borjomi Gorge function in the artesian flow mode, thus producing exactly the quantities that can be naturally reproduced. Via these wells, some of which are reaching 1,500 meters deep, carbon dioxide pushes mineral water up to the surface.


Borjomi water is bottled on automated lines of sufficient capacity to handle the entire water production output.

Mineral water produced from artesian wells is then fed to the bottling plant where it is settled, cooled down, filled with natural carbon dioxide and bottled; the bottles are then capped and labeled. Beginning from 2017, Borjomi water also comes in 0.33-liter aluminum cans.

In recent years, Borjomi bottling plant underwent modernization and received advanced equipment, which made the company the industry’s leader in terms of both the manufacturing output and application of innovative technologies.

Borjomi quality

In strict accordance with the approved procedure, the bottling plant checks the quality of water with the required frequency at its state-of-the-art chemical and microbiological laboratory complex. All analyses are performed in accordance with requirements of the European Commission’s directives regarding quality of drinking and mineral water.

Services of local and international experts, such as Gamma (Georgia), Zenith Consulting (United Kingdom), Antea (France) and SGS Institut Fresenius (Germany), are used for hydrogeological monitoring of the Borjomi source. Samples of water are regularly sent to Tbilisi and importing countries for external laboratory analysis.

Borjomi quality control system allows controlling production process at all stages, from production to bottling and delivery. In addition, this system is fully compliant with ISO 22000, and Borjomi itself became the first mineral water brand in the CIS and Baltic States bearing the ISO 22000 quality standard.