bones strong. It also hel s regulate blood sugar levels ,promotes normal blood
pressure and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis.
Additionally, magnesium is a great flavour carrier for water, tea and cof fee.
This exquisite tea is characterised by its delicate flavour, floral aroma and light notes – the description on the packaging for a refined Darjeeling tea sounds very promising and would make anyone fancy a warming cup of tea when it’s cold outside. However, the cloudy fluid which emerges once the tea leaves have been left to brew in the cup have little in common with this description. After a short time, a thin and unappetising skin starts to form on the surface. In most cases, this is caused by the type of water used. Anyone wishing to enjoy a delicious cup of tea should therefore pay particular attention to selecting the water – the main ingredient in preparing tea.
The results of sensory tests also confirm the delicious flavour of BWT filtered water: people were able to taste the difference and preferred water prepared with BWT water filters to tap water and water filtered using filter systems by other manufacturers. The tea brewed using water from BWT tape-top water filters was awarded the best marks1.
Here is our fresh water in a glass & it tastes lovely. We have always filtered out water even if its going into the kettle to be boiled for tea.
I’m very please with the filter – What do you think of the lush colours?
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