Guide to Evian Bottle Sizes

Evian Bottle Sizes

If there’s one brand of water that almost everyone loves, it’s Evian. It’s not hard to see why—the brand of bottled water has been around for hundreds of years, according to the official website. Something else you’ve probably never paid attention to is the size of Evian water bottles.

Evian is available in 5 common bottle sizes:

  • 330 ml (11.2 fl. oz.)
  • 500 ml (16.9 fl. oz.)
  • 750 ml (25.4 fl. oz.)
  • 1 liter (33.8 fl. oz.)
  • 1.5 liters (50.7 fl. oz.)

Today, I’ll speak briefly about the history of this ancient brand, what bottle sizes are available, and whether or not Evian bottles are reusable.

The History of Evian Bottled Water

Did you know that Evian water has been around since at least the late 1700s? It was during the historic year 1789 when the natural spring water source used for Evian was discovered by Marquis de Lessert in Évian-les-Bains. As the story goes, Marquis was out for a walk one day and was parched beyond belief. It just so happened that he would stumble upon a natural spring whose water was “light and easily drinkable.”

According to another source, Marquis tried the water at St. Catherine’s spring, which just so happened to be located below Monsieur Cachat’s garden. Marquis tried that particular spring water due to its health benefits, which he learned could help alleviate kidney stones. Monsieur Cachat, who learned about its miracle health properties, sealed the spring off and started selling the water in bottles.

In 1806, following the growing popularity of the natural spring, Monsieur Cachat would create a thermal spa that would allow people to immerse themselves. In 1826, the first bottling plant was established, and the rest is history.

Evian Bottle Sizes

Evian water is available in 2 distinct containers—plastic bottles and glass bottles. Let’s take a look at what sizes they come in.

Classic bottled water

  • 330 ml (11.2 fl. oz.)
  • 500 ml (16.9 fl. oz.)
  • 750 ml (25.4 fl. oz.)
  • 1 liter (33.8 fl. oz.)
  • 1.5 liters (50.7 fl. oz.)

Glass bottled water

  • 330 ml (11.2 fl. oz.)
  • 750 ml (25.4 fl. oz.)

You can also pick up Evian water in limited edition designer bottles. They are all 750 ml (25.4 fl. oz.), with the only difference being the design on the bottle’s side.

Are Evian Bottles Reusable?

Are Evian Bottles Reusable

Evian has collaborated with Virgil Abloh to come up with a reusable water bottle branded Soma. Like any other reusable water bottle, Soma is designed for those on the go who want to keep up with their hydration in a fun and convenient way.

But what about regular Evian bottles? Can you reuse them?

It’s safe to reuse plastic bottles, including those made by Evian. However, you should wash them properly and reuse them sparingly since they can become a breeding ground for bacteria and other microorganisms. If possible, avoid reusing disposable plastic bottles and instead opt for a tumbler or another washable container.

As for Evian glass bottles, you don’t have to worry too much about reusing them. As long as you wash them thoroughly—even sanitize them in hot water—you can continue using Evian glass bottles for many years. Just make sure you don’t chill or heat the bottle rapidly since they might not be tempered.

Does Evian Use Recycled Plastic?

Yes, Evian does use recycled plastic to make bottles.

The type of plastic used for packaging bottled water is polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which is 100% recyclable. However, Evian doesn’t just give consumers the peace of mind of recycling their used bottles—the company goes beyond by turning old plastic bottles into new bottles for the future.

As of right now, 43% of the plastic that goes into Evian bottles is recycled. The company has a mission to increase that number to 100% by 2025, not including the label and the cap.

What Is Evian Sparkling Water?

Evian has a product line of sparkling water simply known as Sparkling. It is sold in 330- and 750-ml glass bottles. Like any other brand of sparkling water, Evian Sparkling is carbonated, so it offers a slight fuzzy feeling when you take a gulp. According to Evian, Sparkling helps “reveal the subtle and enticing notes of complex wine bouquets.”

Evian Water Nutrition Facts

Evian Water Nutrition Facts

If you take a look at the official product page for Evian bottled water, you’ll find that it contains the following:

  • 80 mg calcium per liter
  • 26 mg magnesium per liter
  • 4 mg potassium per liter
  • 360 mg bicarbonates per liter
  • 14 mg sulfates per liter
  • 15 mg silica per liter
  • 10 mg chlorides per liter
  • 7.2 pH (neutral)

Basically, you can find trace amounts of electrolytes in a bottle of Evian water. Electrolytes are mineral ions that carry positive or negative charges. They’re used in several bodily functions, including conducting nerve impulses and keeping you hydrated.

Is Evian Water Healthy?

All water, as long as it’s purified, can be healthy, and Evian is no exception. Some of the health benefits of Evian are as follows:

  • Originates from natural sources, including the melted snow and ice of the French alps.
  • Evian water spends 15 years in a naturally occurring filtration process far away from human contamination.
  • It is rich in calcium, which is important for moving muscles, releasing hormones, and carrying messages from our brains to other body parts.

Can Babies Drink Evian Water?

It’s generally considered safe to give babies drinking water after the age of 6 months. However, you should probably avoid giving them certain types of water, especially those containing greater amounts of ionized minerals.

According to Evian, parents should pay close attention to what sort of water their offer to their children. Babies don’t have fully developed kidneys to cleanse the blood from toxins and turn water into waste. As such, babies should stick to drinking “softer” water—i.e., water that doesn’t have concentrated amounts of minerals, including but not limited to Evian.

However, to be sure about your decision, you should speak to a family physician or a pediatrician.


Baron Cooke has been writing and editing for 7 years. He grew up with an aptitude for geometry, statistics, and dimensions. He has a BA in construction management and also has studied civil infrastructure, engineering, and measurements. He is the head writer of

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