Nebraska Town Wins Water Taste Test

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When it comes to pristine water, the tiny town of Curtis, Nebraska, is the best. It won the gold medal in this year's Great American Water Taste Test.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

New York City has such delicious water, Bloomingdale's once sold it in bottles. Of course, it was piped in from the countryside. And when it comes to pristine water, the tiny town of Curtis, Nebraska is the best, winning the gold medal in this year's Great American Water Taste Test. The drinking water was judged a bit like wine for taste, clarity and bouquet. But as one judge put it: When they say bouquet, it should have no bouquet.

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