Water - water - water .... (one Water would be enought .. :D )


#21

For all those who do not know ABSOLUTELY DO NOT drink deionized water without adding minerals to it…that can be LETHAL.


#22

Sounds like good advice.

There is no warning on the label of the bottle I have. Just a couple of pictures showing it for use in car batteries and steam irons.


#23

Up until a few months ago I was living in Canada and it was sold at grocery stores. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find it here in the UK.


#24

I agree that the Mitte looks really nice. Too bad it can’t produce water at brewing temperatures though…

At home we use Binchotan coal (active coal) to filter/clean the water before brewing with it. Works reasonably well I have to say. But then, we have quite soft water where I live, not too much mineral content. Might give a less good result with harder water…


#25

Binchotan is great but I use that water for tea, because it is so soft. For coffee I just use my regular filter for consistency for now but I am seriously considering the Third Wave Coffee option.


#26

I spent all this time with my normal tap water, until now. I just got the Third Wave Water and it is blowing my mind. It definitely brought some nuance to my cups, aeropress and V60 has been a revelation.


#27

Aah … so you say its really worth it? I should try my bags that I got with kruve :smiley:


#28

YEA, it made dialing the shots/cups way easier and in the cup, much clearer.


#29

It may have been mentioned here already but there is a new product from Colonna Dashwood called Peak Water. Looks like the Kickstarter just ended (sorry!) but there may be a pre-order opportunity:


#30

Yes, have seen it on KS and it looks really well though out.