Sort of Coal's hero product, the Kishu Binchotan is a White Charcoal stick made from Japanese Holm Oak that is used to purify and mineralize ordinary tap water. For use with their Bincho Glass Bottle, specifically designed for the purpose of filtering daily drinking water.
After cleansing and sterilizing your Kishu Binchotan, fill your Bincho Glass Bottle with cold tap water, place the White Charcoal stick inside the bottle and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. A healthy, daily solution to chemically-filled tap water and purchasing endless plastic bottles of spring water.
- Daily purified water enriched with potassium, magnesium and other vital minerals.
- Eliminates and filters up to 75% of tap water's chlorine.
- Absorbs impurities.
- Softens and ionizes water.
- Lasts up to 3 months of daily use.
- Mineralizes water for approximately one month.
- Purifies water for approximately three months.
- Contains one stick, approximately 18 cm.
Founded in 2006 by Danish ceramic artist Louise Vilsgaard and Danish film producer Pernille Lembcke, Sort of Coal was created in an effort to bring the centuries-old benefits of White Charcoal to the Western world with a minimal, modern esthetic. Despite its name, White Charcoal is pitch black and originates from the wood of trees grown in Japan and Korea. White Charcoal absorbs impurities in the water, air and skin while releasing essential minerals in turn.