Third Wave Water

TWW-CLS-LG
by Third Wave Water
$33.00
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  • Get your coffee tasting its best with Third Wave Water.

    No water is the same. Between different purification processes and varying mineral contents, the search for the best water to brew coffee with can be a daunting task. That search is now over.

    Just add one capsule of Third Wave Water to the appropriate amount of distilled or reverse osmosis water to achieve the perfect mineral combination and get brewing delicious coffee. Designed for optimal coffee flavour through a precise blend of Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium with just the right amount of Bicarbonates and NO Chlorides.

    • Each pack includes 12 capsules
    • Each 1 Gallon capsule treats 4 litres (1 gallon) of distilled or reverse osmosis water for a total of 48 litres per pack
    • Each 5 Gallon capsule treats 19 litres (5 gallons) of distilled or reverse osmosis water for a total of 227 litres per pack 
    • Blend of Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium
  • Using the 1 Gallon Capsules:

    • Mix one capsule into 4 litres of distilled or reverse osmosis water
    • Use the mixed water to fill the reservoir of your espresso machine, coffee maker or kettle.

    Using the 5 Gallon Capsules:

    • Mix one capsule into 19 litres of distilled or reverse osmosis water
    • Use the mixed water to fill the reservoir of your espresso machine, coffee maker or kettle.

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Hi
Maybe I am crazy but I do think it made my coffee taste better.
Only complaint is I think it is over priced.

J
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A Solution for Hard Water Beverage Making

By avoiding the use of our brutally hard tap water by Third Wave salt packets in 5L of distilled water (less than a loonie at most stores), we now enjoy the true flavour of teas and coffees; we are definitely spoiled. At first, one may think this product expensive but in reality it’s not; about $3.70 per week extra in our case, about the cost of a single store bought coffee.

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