Third Wave Water – Time to Make That Best Cup of Java, Even Better

ConsumerWatch

Do you know where your water comes from? Most people don’t. The flavor of your water comes from subterranean minerals such as dolomite, halite, and limestone and those minerals vary all over the world making water taste different in certain parts.

We also know that America as well as several other countries, run on coffee and you can’t quite make your favorite cup of joe without water. If you’re looking to enhance your coffee drink of choice, it’s time to do away with sub-par water that’s affecting your beverage. So, if you’re looking to up the ante on your H2O intake, we recommend using Third Wave Water.

How does it work? Well, Third Wave Water makes it simple by providing capsules to add in distilled or demineralized water in order to create a balance of calcium, magnesium, and sodium. A single capsule is all it takes to add to a gallon of water so you can taste the improvement.

The process is simple:

  • Add the capsule to a gallon of water
  • Give it a shake
  • Add the water to your coffee machine or water kettle

Who knew that water could taste so good.

The makers of Third Wave Water, Charles and Taylor, created this product after discussing the state of the coffee industry and how to provide better water quality to customers. After some experimentation, Taylor created a vial for Charles to try out and that would better coffee water for coffee drinkers anywhere.

Essentially, when you have better water brewed in your coffee, you can expect a better taste of the final product.

Running a successful Kickstarter campaign and cultivating the attention of baristas, they have already implemented the use of Third Wave Water capsules in their cafes as well as barista competitions.

Receive a pre-production sample of 10 capsules by heading over to ThirdWaveWater.com to order capsules and check out other coffee related products.

 

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