09 Jun How Good Does Clean Water Taste?
You probably don’t think much about the taste of your water until you travel to a different part of the country or overseas. Then, when you sip a glass of water, you’ll notice a subtle difference. What is going on? Isn’t water supposed to be tasteless?
Actually, all water has a subtle taste, which comes from a variety of factors, including its source of origin, the way it was filtered, any substances or chemicals added to the water, and even the pipes it traveled through to get to your tap. If you’ve ever tasted truly crisp, clear water, chances are you are actually tasting very small levels of minerals, which come from rocks as the water rushes along them.
The taste of certain minerals can improve the taste of water so much that some bottled water companies actually add minerals back into their water to try and make it taste “mountain fresh.” Our WATERBOY™ system does not filter out healthy or harmless minerals, which is why our water has a signature clean, delightful taste.