Taste: The water tastes pure and clean with no artificial taste in it. The water has no minerals but at a camp I go to the water had iron in it and made it taste really weird.
Sight: When the water is blown into the water creates a tiny indent for a second then returns to normal. Depending on how hard you blow into it the indent can be bigger or smaller. When you slosh the water around the water moves from side to side inside the cup. If you place the water on the table and bang the table ripples appear in the water and they look like tiny waves spreading out from the middle of the cup. If you pour water into another cup air bubbles rise to the top of the cup you pour into. If you look into the cup the water makes your view weird.
Smells: The water doesn't smell like much but it smells kind of musty, but pure. The water doesn't smell like it has minerals, like the water I drank at a camp had minerals in it and made it smell funny.
Touch: The water is cold to the touch and when you move your finger through the water you can effortlessly slide your finger around the cup. When you slide your finger around in the cup quickly it feels as if something is trying to slow down your finger. The water feels smooth, almost soft.
How is ice different?
The ice is colder and numbs my finger faster than the cold water. The ice feels smooth but is solid unlike the water. The ice doesn't have any distinct smell like the water. the ice isn't clear, and you can't see through it. Even though if you look through water it blurs your vision.
How is water vapor different?
The water vapor smells really bad but you can't see through it. The water vapor isn't very cold and feels nice against my skin. The water vapor isn't very visible and is like mist.