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What is IN Third Wave Water?Updated 25 days ago

Each profile consists of three minerals - there are no chemicals used! 

Classic Light Roast Profile:

Ingredients:

Magnesium Sulfate, Calcium Citrate, and Sodium Chloride (less than 10 mg/liter)

Details: 

The total dissolved solids (TDS) of this profile should be ~150 mg/L. ~40 mg/L Alkalinity (buffering from the citrate).

This profile will help you achieve the most out of your drip coffee maker or manual brew method!

Medium Roast Profile:

Ingredients:

Magnesium Sulfate, Calcium Citrate, and Potassium Bicarbonate

Details:

The TDS of this profile should be ~150 mg/L and ~80 mg/L Alkalinity. This profile is perfect if you brew with medium roast coffees with any brew method (espresso machine included!).

Dark Roast Profile:

Ingredients:

Magnesium Sulfate, Calcium Citrate, and Sodium Bicarbonate 

Details:

TDS ~180 mg/L, and ~135-140 mg/L Alkalinity. This profile will help you get the most out of your dark roast coffee by reducing bitterness and emphasizing the darker tasting notes in your coffee.

Espresso Machine Profile:

Ingredients:

Magnesium Sulfate, Calcium Citrate, and Potassium Bicarbonate

Details:

The TDS of this profile should be ~150 mg/L and ~80 mg/L Alkalinity. This profile is perfect if you use an espresso machine!

Cold Brew Profile:

Ingredients:

Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Bicarbonate, and Potassium Bicarbonate.

Details:

This profile will help reduce acidity in cold brewed coffee, highlighting the caramel, chocolate, and nutty flavor characteristics often looked for in cold brews!

Low Acid Profile:

Ingredients:

Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Bicarbonate, and Potassium Bicarbonate.

Details:

This profile will help reduce acidity of your coffee by up to 300%. This profile can be used with multiple sticks to enhance the effect. You can also use this profile with other forms of water (spring water, tap water, distilled water, etc.) an experience the same low acid benefits.

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