Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum
Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum
Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum
Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum
Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum
Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum
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Eau Good Water Bottle - Black+Blum

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A filter water bottle that uses a traditional Japanese Binchotan charcoal to make your tap water taste great.

Specifications:

  • It makes tap water taste great!
  • BPA free Tritan™, cork, stainless steel, silicon
  • Includes 1x binchotan active charcoal filter (6 months life)
  • Automatic email updates for when to boil and replace charcoal
  • W 8.5cm  H 24cm 
  • 800 ml 

Some facts about the Japanese Binchotan charcoal

What is the history of Binchotan charcoal?
The origins are not completely clear, but it is believed that a form of Binchotan charcoal (sometimes referred to as 'white charcoal') was introduced to Japan by a Japanese monk and scholar called Kukai 1,200 years ago. It was during the Edo Period (17th century) that a man called Binchuya Chozaemon made it popular.

How is it made?
Sustainably sourced wood is placed in a kiln and charred at a relatively low temperature for some time, then, near the end of the process, the kiln temperature is raised to about 1000 degree Celsius to make the wood red-hot. The charcoal is then removed and quickly covered with a special powder made from earth, sand and ash, and this gives the charcoal surface a whitish hue (explaining the name 'white charcoal'). The rapid rise in temperature, followed by a rapid cooling, incinerates the bark and leaves a smooth, hard surface. If you strike it, you'll hear a clear, metallic sound.

How does it work?
Binchotan charcoal has an incredibly porous surface with tiny cavities oriented in many directions. Just 1 gram has a surface area in excess of 500 m2 (about one tenth the size of a football field). It is also known as active carbon as the ions of contaminants are attracted to the surface of the carbon, where they will be held. It is also able to release minerals such as calcium, iron and magnesium back into the water which enhances its taste and health benefits.