The source of Blue Keld is situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds in England. It produces a so-called artesian water, which means that the water builds up enough pressure underground to bubble to the surface naturally. The water spends many years travelling and filtering through layers of limestone.
Legend has it that this smooth water was already enjoyed in the time of the Vikings, so it’s not surprising that the name “Keld” is the Viking word for “source”.T
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