Water from Sweden and California was voted: best water in a recent international test.

"Each sample is weighed on six points: appearance, odor, flavor, mouth feel, aftertaste and overall impression." How can a water have appearance, considering that all water good enough to even test must be crystal clear?

But here's the odd thing: "Five countries, 25 states and the District of Columbia were represented in the contest." Not very representative, is it?

Another odd thing, The Star Online says: "Ice Mist bottled water from Morarp, Sweden and tap water from Desert Hot Springs, California, were ruled the best in the world"; but USATODAY.com says: "Tap water from Desert Hot Springs, Calif., was ruled the best in the world"

charlie - 18 December 2008 [«« Reply to this]
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Vic - 01 March 2009 [«« Reply to this]
I guess that is why Mayo Clinic, without compensation, recommends their patients drink Mt. Valley Spring Water from Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Anonymous - 13 September 2009 [«« Reply to this]
fail
jophet - 23 December 2010 [«« Reply to this]
Davao City’s tap water has been tested internationally for quality against all the major bottled waters sold in the market and was adjudged the best in terms of cleanliness, safety, mineral content, and taste. No need for boiling, distilling, purifying, adding of minerals. It is absolutely perfect. And no less than the World Health Organization has certified that it is the best in the world.


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