Aquacode Coffee Brewing Water
Aquacode is a Taiwanese company specialising in Coffee brewing water concentrates, derived from deep see Aquamarine
The average cup of coffee consists of 96% water and most of this water that comes from a tap is not ideal for brewing coffee. You can make your own brewing water but this requires some chemicals, distilled water and the whole process will take some time to learn.
Aquacode Coffee Brewing Water is a concentrate of minerals that can be added to distilled / deionised water and even normal 'soft' drinking water.
Melbourne tap water is actually relatively soft considering that its TDS averages 31ppm, while places like Sydney has a TDS average of 118 and Brisbane a TDS average of 270ppm. Please not that your water may be different depending on your exact location and you can find this out with a quick google search.
How to use:
You will need 1 container large enough to hold your water. Add 5-7L of deionised / distilled water to your container depending on your desired dilution rate. Add 1 sachet to your water and be sure to squeeze out all of its contents, (this is much easier to do in comparison to other companies as Aquacode is in liquid form rather than undissolved powders.) Give it a shake and you are ready to use it in your kettle :)
1 x Tin of 12 Aquacode sachets
1 x Dilution Chart