I'm going to try not to get on a soapbox here, but I can hardly believe that Evian allowed this common mispronunciation to exist so blatantly in the light of day! Adding an "eh" sound to the start of any word that begins with an -s in English is a very common mistake here (and probably other places, too). Spaghetti? Eh-spaghetti. Sunday? Eh-sunday. Several? Eh-several. We hear this each and every day in the classroom and do our best to correct it. Evian, help a teacher out!