Pure Distilled Water

Distilled water is water which has been boiled into vapour form and condensed back into liquid form in a separate container. Impurities in the original water that do not boil below or near the boiling point of water remain in the original container when the water evaporates.

Drinking water has been distilled from sea water since at least AD 200, when the process was clearly described by Alexander of Aphrodisias.

Distillation replicates the natural rain water cycle, wherein water is evaporated from the oceans, forming clouds as it returns to earth as rain. Today however, this water falls through a polluted atmosphere and may also seep through polluted ground.

Tap water may not be as clean as we think it is, containing harmful substances and even drugs in small quantities. Mineral and spring waters may also not be as clean as we think, and are generally packed into plastic containers (check out our section on plastic to learn more).

Our process closely mirrors the natural rain water cycle. Water is converted to vapour in custom-built distillers, chilled and condensed without falling through a polluted atmosphere.