As you know, water can have certain taste qualities. One water is bitter, the other has an unpleasant taste of iron, and the third seems salty. Researchers have shown that a number of factors affect the taste of water.
First, the taste of water directly depends on its mineral composition.
Secondly, the taste of water is directly dependent on the organic matter contained in the water. In particular, the taste of a particular water is determined by the intensity of decomposition of these substances in water.
Thirdly, the temperature of the water influences the taste of water. So, for example, water, the temperature of which does not exceed eleven degrees, is refreshing and, as a rule, has good taste. Water, the temperature of which exceeds fifteen degrees, loses such properties.