Welcome To Your

Water Tasting Experience

Are you ready to experience water like never before? In this Avital Water Tasting, you’ll sample 5 different waters from around the world with a Certified Water Sommelier providing incredible context. Then you’ll do a tap water experiment that’s both fun and educational. Lastly, you’ll break open the delicious snacks to discover how the pairings impact the waters’ flavor. Let’s explore the wonderful world of water!

Step 1. Meet Your Water Sommelier & Setup

Meet your Certified Water Sommelier and learn more about how to properly taste water.

Step 2. Taste Your Waters

You’ll be tasting your waters from still to sparkling and lowest to highest TDS.
Identify the waters you received in your kit and place them in order, as seen below.
Click on the water to watch the Sommelier-led tasting video.

lurisia bottles

Lurisia

TDS: 30

Still

hildon bottle

Hildon

TDS: 312

Still

three bays bottle

Three Bays

TDS: 1,300

Still

st geron bottle

Saint GĂ©ron

TDS: 1,158

Sparkling

vichy catalan bottle

Vichy Catalan

TDS: 2,900

Sparkling

Lurisia

TDS: 30

Still Water

Country of Origin: Italy

Hildon

TDS: 312

Still Water

Country of Origin: England

Three Bays

TDS: 1,300

Still Water

Country of Origin: Australia

Saint GĂ©ron

TDS: 1,158

Sparkling Water

Country of Origin: France

Vichy Catalan

TDS: 2,900

Sparkling Water

Country of Origin: Spain

Step 3. Tap Water Experiment

Grab a glass of your regular tap water. Your Sommelier will walk you through the experiment and you can see how your tap water stacks up!

Step 4. Food Pairings

Break open the charcuterie and dark chocolate! Discover how flavors can change as you snack while you sip.

Thanks for Testing Tasting the Waters!

We hope you enjoyed your Avital Water Tasting Experience! Next time you take a drink of water, ask yourself, “what does this taste like?” You’ll never think of water the same way.

pouring pink cocktail into glass

Download Now

Avital Cocktail Guide

A complimentary guide featuring delicious recipes, cocktail history, trivia, glassware highlights, and more. Cheers!

Delivered to your inbox