Pure sparkling water, delicately infused with natural botanical extracts. No sugar, no sweeteners, no preservatives.

We have sourced the best botanical extracts and essences available and searched far and wide to find those that were organically grown. Our flavours are delicate and delicious!


Conceived as an alternative to artificially flavoured and sweetened drinks, we have created a natural, healthy, sparkling and refreshing drink with no calories, no sweeteners, no carbohydrates and no preservatives.

We aimed to retain the true spirit of water while adding a delightfully delicate whisper of flavour. Knysna based, our team consist of two horticulturists, a perfumer and a conservation biologist. With our passion for and extensive knowledge of plants, an understanding of the finer nuances of aroma and flavour and a deep respect for the environment, we embarked on a journey of enquiry and discovery to find the best quality natural ingredients and to blend them perfectly.

The result is the founding of Four Flowers water and by the inspired fusion of essences of flowers, fruits, leaves and roots, the creation of our range of unique and delicious flavours.


Rose & Geranium

Morning dew on rose petals

Lemongrass& Ginger

The freshness of lemongrass is lifted by a hint of spicy ginger

Orange Blossom & Grapefruit

As light and fragrant as a breeze through a citrus orchard

Lemon Verbena

Natures own perfect combination of lemon and lime



Rosa x damascena (Rosaceae - Rose Family)

The Damask rose, a hybrid of Rosa gallica, Rosa moschata and possibly Rosa fedtschenkoana. There are many stories about its origins, but the latest suggestion it central Asia. The name refers to the city Damascus in Syria from where it was brought to Europe. The Damask rose is grown commercially for its oil and the by-product of the distillation process - rose water. The largest producers are Bulgaria and Turkey. Damask roses are used in a great variety of dishes and drinks of which Turkish delight is well known in the West. For centuries the rose has been considered a symbol of beauty and love. The Persian scientist, Avicenna, is credited for extracting rose water form rose petals in the early 11th century.


Pelargonium graveolens (Geraniaceae - Geranium Family)

Rose Geranium is indigenous to South Africa and is a favourite in many a garden. The leaves and flowers have for years been used to flavour a variety of desserts, drinks and teas and still new recipes including this delectable herb are developed by creative cooks, chefs and bartenders.


Cymbopogon citratus (Poaceae - Grass Family)

Lemongrass grows wild in the Phillipines and Indonesia and is a favourite ingredient in many South East Asian dishes. The stems and leaves, with a distinctive fresh sweet lemon fragrance is also an excellent ingredient for teas and beverages.


Zingiber officinalis (Zingiberaceae - Ginger Family)

Ginger occurs naturally in south China and has spread to the rest of Asia and West Africa. India is now the largest commercial grower of ginger. Ginger root is used fresh, pickled and dried in many different cultures and for a variety of dishes and in hot and cold drinks.


Citrus sinensis (Rutaceae - Orange Family)

Orange blossom is the fragrant flower of the orange (Citrus sinensis). The essence of the flowers is well known as a perfume ingredient. The delicately flavoured Orange blossom water from the distilled petals is used in many desserts, sweets and cakes and the dried blossoms are used to make tea.


Citrus x paradisi (Rutaceae - Orange Family)

Grapefruit was called the ‘forbidden fruit’ in Barbados after an accidental hybridization between two species introduced from Asia in the 17th century, the sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) and pomelo (Citrus grandis) In the 1750’ Natural History of Barbados’ the grapefruit is described: “the fruit of the forbidden-fruit-tree exceeds, in the delicacy of its taste, the fruit of every tree in this or any of our neighbouring islands.”


Aloysia citriodora (Verbenaceae - Verbena Family)

Lemon Verbena occurs naturally in Argentina and Chile, although it is grown worldwide where the climate allows. It is well known and loved for its characteristic citrus aroma and the leaves and flowers are widely used in teas, desserts, fruit salads and jams. Aloysia is named after the Spanish Princess Luisa of Parma after explorers brought it home to Spain from an expedition to South America in the 17th century.


Senegalia senegal; Vechellia seyal (Fabaceae - Pea Family)

Both these trees (previously Acacia) grow naturally in the Sudan and the beautiful amber-like gum that forms when the exuding sap dries, is harvested. This Acacia Gum or Gum Arabic, when finely ground, is known for it’s excellent stabilizing and emulsifying qualities. It is an important ingredient in soft drink syrups, gummy drops, marshmallows and edible glitter.


Citrus limon (Rutacaea - Orange Family)

The lemon originated in Asia and is now widely grown and produced. Known for its acidic and tart taste, its culinary uses are numerous and varied.


INGREDIENTS Water, natural flavourants and emulsifier pH6.8

Energy Protein Carbohydrates
(of which total sugar)
Total fat
(of which saturated fat)
Dietary fibre # Total sodium
Per 100ml 0 < 0.33 0 (0) < 0.1 (< 0.1) < 0.5 < 5
Per 250ml 0 < 0.33 0 (0) < 0.1 (< 0.1) < 0.5 < 5
Per 100ml Per 250ml
Energy 0 0
Protein < 0.33 < 0.33
(of which total sugar)
< 0.5
(< 0.5)
< 0.5
(< 0.5)
Total fat
(of which saturated fat)
< 0.1
(< 0.1)
< 0.1
(< 0.1)
Dietary fibre # < 0.5 < 0.5
Total sodium < 5 < 5


Stock available at select retail stores in the Garden Route. The below Facebook post is an up-to-date list of retail stores that stock Four Flowers. For wholesale and retail options, please contact 082-773-4118 or info@fourflowerswater.co.za