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In my adolescence, I went through phases where I begged my parents to add particular brands of water to the grocery list. They would look at me and roll their eyes like I was just being a dramatic teen because all water tastes the same, right? Wrong. It does not all taste the same. And in fact, different brands of bottled water do not even contain the same properties. Water bottle culture aficionados know this to be true.

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Fast-forward to the 19th and 20th centuries, when bottled carbonated water as well as mineral water were sold commercially in the U.S., with brands often insisting that it was safer to drink than municipal tap water, which could carry diseases. Water was sold in glass bottles back then, but in the 1970s, plastic became more popular.

What is it about Essentia in particular that is so beguiling to not only the average consumer, but also to those who fancy themselves as having elevated palates? Although it may feel like this brand emerged from the ether and burst onto the high-concept water scene in recent years, Essentia has actually been around for much longer. Founder and Executive Chairman Ken Uptain founded Essentia Water and started up a headquarters based outside of Seattle in 1998.

Sometimes, however, if I feel like I need an extra boost, I turn to alternatives like electrolyte powders. I've also been curious about "supercharged" waters like the ones I see everyone toting at the gym or airport.

These waters usually contain electrolytes or have been ionized to increase its pH. Water with higher pH, or alkaline water, can improve cardiovascular function and help people retain more fluids in the body, leading to more efficient rehydration than regular water.

I took a closer look at an ionized alkaline water called Essentia, a leader in its category whose bold black, red, and white bottles you've no doubt seen everywhere as well. In 2018, the company reported nearly $196 million in retail sales and it's only growing, in both sales and reputation.

To make its water, the company employs a three-step process. First, it purifies potable tap water to remove any chemicals and heavy metals. Then, it infuses the water with electrolytes like calcium chloride and sodium bicarbonate. Finally, it uses a proprietary ionization process to get the pH of the water to 9.5.

Though the scientific benefits of ionized pH water have yet to be corroborated by multiple research studies, many reviews of Essentia water have mentioned that it has improved their acid reflux and morning sickness.

It's also supposed to taste better and hydrate you better than traditional waters. According to a published study conducted by Essentia's Director of Clinical and Scientific Research, Dr. Ralph E. Holsworth, Jr., Essentia water resulted in 88% "better hydration" than regular bottled water.

Some would argue that it all tastes the same, but I can definitely taste the difference between various bottled waters. Some leave strange aftertastes, while others feel dry in your throat as you drink it. Essentia tastes noticeably cleaner and smoother than other waters I've tried, and other Insider Picks team members agreed.

I drank Essentia throughout a work day as well as after a workout, and I have to admit that it was a subtle but welcome change from usual tap water. The taste was just different enough, but not as drastic as a sparkling or flavored water, and I felt rehydrated and re-energized after drinking it, whether I had it while diving into a writing session or after coming out of a strength workout class.

Having tried it now, I'd still stick with regular tap water for my everyday needs, but if I do want an extra rehydration supplement that also tastes good, I would buy a bottle of Essentia. It's sold in a variety of sizes, from 12 fl. oz. to 1 L, so you can get the one that best fits your needs and habits.

When Nestlé announced last month it was officially selling much of its water business, the deal was trumpeted as a way for the CPG giant to focus on its international premium brands including Perrier and San Pellegrino, as well as local natural mineral waters, healthy hydration products and functional water.

Unlike the offerings the company sold, which face growing competition from private label products, premium beverages are increasingly sought after by consumers who want their beverages to do more than just hydrate. Nestlé wasted little time adding to its portfolio in the enhanced water segment.

"With the addition of Essentia we continue to transform and best position our water business for long-term profitable growth here in the U.S. and globally," Steve Presley, chairman and CEO of Nestlé USA, said in a statement. "Essentia gives us an immediate strong presence in the high-growth, functional water segment and supports our efforts to capture opportunities with emerging consumer trends such as healthy hydration."

In 2018, Technavio analysts projected the global functional water market will show a compound annual growth rate of nearly 9% through 2022. With beverage companies looking to boost sales, it's no wonder many are bulking up their presence in this space.

Keurig Dr Pepper purchased premium water brand Core Nutrition for $525 million in 2018, adding Core Hydration, a nutrient-enhanced bottled water, and Core Organic, a USDA-certified fruit-enhanced hydration beverage. Coca-Cola has Smartwater, and PepsiCo owns Lifewtr in the trendy functional premium water category. With Essentia in the mix, Nestlé will find itself going up against these beverage giants, which are working aggressively to move beyond sugar-laden sodas with more teas, sports drinks and waters.

Founded in 1998, Essentia made functional claims early on through its proprietary ionization system. The process takes water, filters it and comes out with ionized alkaline water with a pH of 9.5 or higher. The company markets the higher alkaline content as better for rehydration, although the Center for Science in the Public Interest has said evidence for that and other health-related product claims is skimpy, and alkaline water is not worth the price.

Regardless of the claims, consumers are turning to waters like this in bigger numbers. Now with Nestlé owning the brand, Washington-based Essentia will immediately be able to tap into the food and beverage giant's distribution network, relationship with retailers, innovation prowess and global scale.

Since 2017, Switzerland-based Nestlé has closed or announced more than 75 transactions, representing about 18% of its portfolio, as it jettisons slower growing, less profitable brands and bulks up on businesses that are more in tune with changing consumer tastes. In the last year, it has added companies such as Freshly, a provider of fresh-prepared meal delivery services in the U.S., and Vital Proteins, a maker of collagen bars, beverages, capsules and powders.

A: Alkaline refers to part of the pH scale. This scale is from 0-14, the lower numbers are more acidic while the higher numbers are more alkaline with 7 being neutral. Most alkaline waters have a pH of 8 or 9 while pure water has a neutral pH of 7. The idea is that drinking alkaline water counteracts extra acidity in the body.

Smartwater looks like it would be pretty good, and it is good if you have no other option. Almost anything else is going to taste better and cost less. Defy brand popularity and ignore this option for the good of both your taste buds and your wallet.

My apartment tap water tastes better than Dasani. A crisp, refreshing taste Really? It literally contains SALT. Definitely prefer Core as my go to as Core, at least to me, leaves me satisfied after drinking and not craving more and more water like some of the other brands.

First all yall are wrong every bottle water is tap water they just enhance them with minerals for a clean crisp taste why are yall up here talking about the best water to drink all bottle water is like 70% tap water so what do yall think water come from plus they enhance it with minerals and it filtered more and they purify it

Dasani is one of the foulest tasting waters around. The fact that they put a sulfurous mineral in there should tell you that. The fact it gets too posting while icelandic is towards the bottom makes me seriously question the taste buds of the tasters. Horrible list

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Size:23.66 Fl Oz (Pack of 24)Hitting the gym, track, studio, pool, beach or office? Reach for a bottle of Essentia Water for ionized hydration and refreshment. Smooth, pure and ionized, Essentia Nation is The Future of Water, delivering a supercharged water to help you enjoy life. With a 9.5 pH or higher, Essentia Water's proprietary process makes it the definitive alkaline water. Bitter-tasting ions are removed and the purified water is then infused with electrolytes to create the perfect, fresh taste. Packaged in convenient, recyclable and re-useable 700-ml bottles with an easy-to-use red sports cap, Essentia keeps on-the-go people going. A Better You Starts with a Better Water. at

Drinking water and staying hydrated is an essential part of being healthy, but picking up any brand of bottled water to reach your suggested daily intake might not be the smartest move. Many bottled water brands have acidic pH levels and added fluoride, which can be damaging to your teeth.

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