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-- ions -- I assume, as others have stated, the difference is mostly metal
ions from the tea kettle. My preferred tea kettle has stainless steel sides
and a copper bottom. I suspect the copper is the key.
What is the probability of enough copper tunneling through
the stainless steel to taste?