PURE WATER - AN INDESCRIBABLE TASTE
Water in its purest form
A fatal prejudice: when it comes to water, many people say that it has its own taste but the fact is, not every water tastes the same. Every person immediately recognizes the typical aroma of water, but it has many different smells too. Many consumers reject individual water brands, or swarm for tap water in a particular region as they have their own preferences.
HOW DOES OUR WATER TASTE?
The taste of water can be very different. It all depends on the mineral content, it can be slightly sweet or sour, salty or mineral or even have a fruity touch.
Most people find it less pleasant when there is a bitter taste left in the mouth. There is water that is described as very refreshing, while another causes a dry mouth feel. Anyone who consciously consumes and compares different water quickly finds that one water in taste is downright strong and spicy, while another water on the palate appears very mild and round. So water is not only the source of life, it is also a beverage with a lot of character.
WHAT INFLUENCES THE TASTE OF WATER?
The quantity and combination of minerals characterise the taste of the water. Water with a lot of magnesium has an aroma that polarises. While some perceive a pleasant sweet note, the taste buds of others classify the drink as too intense.
Water that contains a lot of calcium can easily taste bitter and trigger a dry mouthfeel. A high sodium content, on the other hand, produces a slightly salty note. We all have individual taste preferences and therefore enjoy different mineral combinations.