Somerset county holds a prime position in the South West of England. Its sandy shores are gently bathed by merging water masses, as nutrient rich waters of the Severn Estuary feed into the life affirming tidal currents of the Bristol Channel. The wind blows through extensive National Parks occupying the hill ranges that dominate the rural limestone and sandstone landscape, before flowing over coastal plains, wetlands and clay vales. These ultimately give way to a number of caves, gorges and underground rivers, where slow moving breezes trickle through, following the path of the fresh spring water, before flowing over high cliffs and waterfalls. AETHAER is collected from many pristine sites around the county, and particularly from designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Somerset AETHAER is particularly renowned for its naturally filtered and unblemished qualities.