It’s mind boggling to most that our water is our body’s principal chemical component, about 60 percent of your body weight, proving most vital to our functioning yet the majority of people you speak admit never consuming the recommended daily intake of 13 cups of water for men or 9 cups or water for women. I can honestly say that I drink water every day numerous times a day, with my heaviest intake being the days I work out, so I would say my “water palate” is pretty good. I’ve tried countless brands all claiming to contain the purest freshest forms with seemingly magical qualities but to me they’ve all pretty much tasted the same. Water is water I thought…until I tried JEJU 16 bottled water.
Just a little background, Jeju Island off the coast of South Korea is home to Mt. Halla, a volcano activated nearly 1,600,000 years ago near landmass’s center. JEJU 16 bottled water starts from deep Jeju Underwater and as the untouched water collects in a mineral-rich volcanic layer under Jeju Island it begins to pass through porous volcanic bedrock, naturally purifying, thus creating JEJU 16. By allowing nature to do its thing there’s no need for its developers to create unnecessary processing of this mineral-rich liquid, potentially stripping it’s inherit goodness.
Like I said, I’m a pretty regular consumer of water which is why I could immediately tell the difference in a gallon of water I recently bought that felt “off”. I bought the water from a major retail chain superstore, the one I usually use, and as soon as it touched my tongue I tasted plastic. I looked on the jug’s container expecting to see and out of date expiration date for the water but to my surprise it wasn’t. I’ve actually had that happen three times in the past month with that particular brand much to my dismay. As I began my usual workout regimen with my daughter I grabbed one of the JEJU 16 bottled water samples I had received days earlier to replenish myself throughout my workout. “Tasteless” would be the best way I could describe JEJU 16 water, and that a good thing! The water was so pure, fresh, odorless, and tasteless that I easily swallowed it without hesitation or complaint. There was no remaining after-taste, just simple smooth water that hydrated my mouth and body then disappeared as water should do when tasting.
I highly recommend JEJU 16 water for its taste (more lack thereof) and its affordable price (around $1 per bottle). To find a retailer near you visit the official JEJU 16 website and connect with its creators and other fans through Facebook and YouTube.