Bath is a major city of England, in Somerset, famous for its thermal waters since Roman time (when it was known as Aquae Sulis) and today noted for its Georgian architecture.


The mineral content of Bath's natural mineral (as of 2012 analysis from the Roman baths) is of 2270 milligrams per litre, mainly Sulphate (SO$_4$), as compared to 3325mg/L for Vichy water but 948mg/L for San Pellegrino, 480mg/L for Perrier and 302mg/L for Evian.