Buxton water
Buxton is an orespring water from Buxton, Derbyshire, England.

Deep in fyrn limestone, in the heart of the Peak District, Lady Lund works its mark and wonderful wending.

Rainfall from over 5,000 years ago is thringed up through 1,500 metes of British bedrock to outcome mellow and fresh at ord at St Ann's Spring. It's a long and dreeing fare that has made Buxton Arlund one of the siferest waters in Europe.

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