AquaMira was our hands down winner in taste testing
of trekker water purifications systems. Unlike chlorine
bleach, the AquaMira has very little chlorine taste.
In fact, if you're using clear mountain or glacier
water, you really can't even taste the AquaMira.
The company that manufactures AquaMira claims that
it even makes foul tasting water more palatable. I
don't know the answer to that yet, as I am reluctant
to test anything on sludge-like water until I have
no other choice. No fear of that occuring eventually,
it's just that I haven't run across that predicament
since I started using AquaMira.
there is one thing that trekkers complain about most
with water purification, it's usually the taste. That's
where the AquaMira comes in.
Iodine, of course, has it's onwn distinctive flavor.
I like it, but honestly, it's an acquired taste. Most
people don't like their water tasting like it came
off an operating room floor.
So, they either use water filters or AquaMira. And
even water filters can impart an iodine flavor because
some of the filters are impregnated with iodine. They
have to be to kill the tiny viruses that would slip
through the filters. Plus, filters are just plain
more of a pain. They break down. They clog. That's
why I normally use Polar Pure or AquaMira. and our
testeres clearly prefrerred the AquaMira.
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