Looks: When I leave it alone, it sort of looks calm, cool, kind of serene. Occasionally the floor or table shakes a bit, and then the surface wavers like jelly. When I shake it gently, it looks sort of like it's mad. It splashes about, jumping up and down like it's trying to get out. When I pour it slowly, little drops fall individually of the whole, then, when the glass gets high enough, the rest all rushes out. When I pour it quickly, it smoothly transfers, except at the end when it can't resist being just a bit sassy and sends one little drop of water up to surface, where it hovers for a split second an inch or two above the rest of the water, then falls into its depths again.
Smell: It smells pure, clean, and fresh. There's just a tiny hint of some sort of mineral, possibly salt or something.
Taste: It tastes pretty much the same as it smells. There's a feeling of... renewal, I guess afterwards. I feel like I was starving for days, and that was the only water I've had since breakfast (actually, the latter was true). I felt like I was being rewarded or something, and the water tasted kind of sweet.
Feels: When I first dipped my finger in, it seemed colder than I had expected. I started stirring my finger around, and if I didn't look, it simply felt like I had just licked my finger and then stirred it in the air. You could try it yourself. I'll wait... see? That's what it felt like for me to stir the water. It's strange, because I'd never felt that way before about water. Oh, and I guess I should say it felt wet.
Differences Between Water and Ice
You can hold ice in your hand, not water
Ice is much, much colder
Differences Between Water and Water Vapor
Water vapor feels wet and dry at the same time, water doesn't
Water vapor smells, water doesn't