Meet a "Water Sommelier"

If you're not certain which bottled water goes best with your dinner, you may need to draw upon the expertise of a water sommmelier.
Rainwater is being served, rainwater that has traveled 16,000 kilometers (9,950 miles) from Tasmania to be sipped by a dozen guests sitting in club chairs in a timber-framed house in a Hamburg suburb. In front of the guests stands a man who is on the short side, wearing a suit and glasses. Jerk Martin Riese, 34, is the maître d' at the Michelin-starred First Floor restaurant in Berlin. There, he created a water menu with 40 different selections -- something for the bored diner to peruse if their partner is monopolizing the wine list.

Link.  Photo credit Gregor Schlaeger.

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I think its cool what he is doing. I googled his name and he is pretty famous in Europe. Water tast differnetly, why not have a Water Sommelier....
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