Usually, water bottle designs intend to make a statement about the experience of drinking the water itself, but the award-winning Taza Agua bottle intentionally shifts the focus away from drinking water altogether. That's because Taza Agua is marketed as 'Coffee & Tea Water,' or water that should be used when brewing a cup of either of those hot beverages. As such, the Taza Agua bottles come with a cavity in the bottom that can securely hold a coffee pod.
Taza Agua's water is sourced from all-natural volcanic spring water in the mountains of Costa Rica — one of the world's top coffee-exporting nations. Aside from the kismet of that geography, the spring water leads to a marked improvement in the taste of coffee and tea brewed with it thanks to the natural balance of magnesium and calcium.