What does water taste like?
When it comes to water, many people say that it doesn't have any flavour of its own. Nevertheless, everybody can immediately recognise the typical taste of water. That's because not all water tastes the same. Many consumers reject individual water brands or rave about the tap water of a certain region.
WHAT DOES OUR WATER TASTE LIKE?
The taste of water can vary a great deal. Depending on the mineral content, this refreshing liquid can taste slightly sweet or sour. There can also be a salty or mineral flavour to water.
Water can even have pleasantly fruity notes. Most people find it less pleasant when bitter notes can be detected, however. There are types of water with a taste described as very refreshing, while others can cause a feeling of dryness in the mouth. Anyone who pays attention when consuming and comparing different types of water will quickly notice that one type of water can have a strong and tangy taste, while another type instead seems very mild and rounded to the palate. Water is therefore more than just the source of all life, it is also a very characterful drink of its own.
WHAT INFLUENCES THE TASTE OF WATER?
The taste of water is determined by the quantity and combination of the minerals it contains. The flavour of water which has a lot of magnesium divides opinion. While one person might detect pleasant, sweet notes, another's taste buds might find the drink to be too intense. Some types of water contain a lot of calcium, which can easily taste bitter and leave a feeling of dryness in the mouth. A high level of sodium can produce slightly salty notes. If the composition of the water is just right, every sip can be fully enjoyed with all the senses.
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