as winter ends

magic happens in our forests

Maple trees are truly extraordinary. Beyond doing the ‘ordinary’ things like purifying our air and providing shelter to wildlife – maple trees give us Vertical Water. So before you learn about our process, we think you should know a bit more about our factory.

Each fall, maple trees prepare for hibernation. They store nutrients and drain the water from their trunks to prevent uncomfortable freezing in the cold.

As winter ends, warmer days tell the maple tree to absorb water through its roots. Water flows vertically inside the tree, delivering hydration and nutrients necessary for growth.

When this happens, we gently collect some of the trees’ naturally filtered and fortified water. This water is refreshing and subtly sweet.

Maple trees are truly extraordinary. Beyond doing the ‘ordinary’ things like purifying our air and providing shelter to wildlife – maple trees give us Vertical Water. So before you learn about our process, we think you should know a bit more about our factory.

Each fall, maple trees prepare for hibernation. They store nutrients and drain the water from their trunks to prevent uncomfortable freezing in the cold.

As winter ends, warmer days tell the maple tree to absorb water through its roots. Water flows vertically inside the tree, delivering hydration and nutrients necessary for growth.

When this happens, we gently collect some of the trees’ naturally filtered and fortified water. This water is refreshing and subtly sweet.

from tree to you

On its journey from tree trunk to you, Vertical Water is carefully sealed into recyclable, earth-friendly Tetra cartons. Like bark, these tough skins protect our maple water from light and oxygen to ensure that you get the pure, authentic taste Vertical Water is known for. Serve chilled the way nature intended: anything around 40˚F is perfect. Enjoy!