Water makes up over 98% of brewed coffee, yet it tends to be one of the most frequently overlooked components of the beverage. Proper water treatment is a crucial element of every cafe but is also relevant to the home user, both in optimizing beverage quality and helping to ensure the longevity of equipment. Excessive mineralization in water can result in scaling and will destroy a machine if left untamed, and unfiltered chemicals can inhibit the full potential of your coffee’s flavor. From carbon filtration to reverse osmosis, water blending and even mineral addition, we’ve curated a comprehensive selection of treatment solutions for everyone who brews coffee.

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