• Turning water into wine: how did simple H2O become a luxury commodity?

    2 monthes ago - By The Guardian

    From crystal infusions to water sommeliers and even bottling the frequency of rainbows, the top end of town has well and truly cashed in on the world's most vital resource Over the last few years, an unusual and conspicuous sight has become commonplace in the cafes and eateries of Sydney's inner suburbs: Frequency H20 Alkaline Spring Water. The water, which costs AUD$3.30 per 1 litre bottle, proclaims to be infused with the sound, light and literal frequencies of three very abstract “flavours”: Love , Lunar and Rainbow. Last year, Love became the first Australian water in nearly three...
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