Why Peak Water (II)

Shi Li Lim

Our Experiences With The Peak Water Jug Singapore’s tap water is moderately soft and safe to drink directly. It is possible to brew decent coffees without filter as well. When we received the Peak, our team of 5 did a little activity to experience the effects of the Peak Water.  Water analysis We tested the tap water with the provided test stripe. Results showed that our tap water was relatively low,  and we only needed to filter our water via the Peak on setting 2.  We first took pH, hardness and TDS readings on 3 different water sources - brew...

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Why Peak Water? (I)

Shi Li Lim

Water quality is essential in making a better cup of coffeeCoffee is made of 98% water. Great coffee needs great water to begin with. Water quality differs greatly between countries, and even regions within a country depending on its source. The sources will determine the mineral content of the water;  with the ability to control the levels, it helps to improve the flavours you can extract from your cup.  What are the components that improve cup quality and how?Water quality is defined by two factors - hardness and concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS).  Hardness level refers to the amount...

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