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Editorial: Raw water? That's hard to swallow

One connoisseur described the beverage's exquisite "vaguely mild sweetness." He extolled its "nice smooth mouth feel, nothing that overwhelms the flavor profile."

The latest pricey pinot? A fine vintage Bordeaux?

No, he was talking about "raw water" - unfiltered, untreated, unsterilized H2O fresh from somewhere other than a treatment plant.

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