Great water is an essential part of a great cup of coffee. Peak is the world’s first adjustable water filter jug. Test your water hardness at home, set the filter strength accordingly and enjoy café-level coffee at home.
Great water is an essential part of a great cup of coffee — it makes up over 90% of every cup. Peak Water utilises high-quality resins together with a unique, adjustable filtration system to bring cafe quality brewing water into homes all over the world.
With the Starter Pack, you can test your tap water using the simple Test Strip, compare your results against the recommended settings and start brewing barista-quality coffee. You can even push Peak beyond the recommended settings and build your own, bespoke water to taste.
Peak Water can also improve your tea and drinking water and is most effective in medium to hard water areas.
How does it work?
Water hardness has a dramatic effect on the flavour of coffee. This effect is difficult to predict, as tap water varies greatly from city to city. Your favourite cafe knows this and uses complex filtration systems to control and customise their water. It’s why the coffee always tastes great.
Peak Water is the world’s first adjustable water filter jug, allowing you to create café-quality water at home — anywhere in the world. The unique design utilises a gravity-fed bypass with variable settings, allowing you to decide how many of the minerals in your water are filtered out or retained.
The Peak Water filter utilises a two-chamber design. The main chamber makes use of premium dual-ion resins that have the capacity to completely remove the minerals from your water. However, you want a small amount of hardness to get the best out of a coffee. The secondary bypass chamber contains carbon only, which combats any unwanted organic compounds, but allows a desired amount of positive minerals like calcium and magnesium to pass through and re-join the newly softened water from the main chamber.
Fully-adjustable Filter Settings
Premium Dual-Ion Resin
Carbon Matt Filtration (to remove unwanted organic compounds and chlorine)