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Wine guides are a dime a dozen, ten a penny. By contrast, a reliable and informative companion to the world of natural mineral waters is found only seldom. Yet premium mineral water has become a coveted, trendy beverage, the choice of waters, whether local or exotic, is enormous.
Michael Mascha now provides some guidance with his book “FINE WATERS”. He describes 100 types of water in alphabetical order, giving notes about the taste (not every water is identical), a list of mineral substances present, origin and details of historic background.
Unlike traditional wine guides, Michael Mascha’s book does not include any points or other ranking system, he simply seeks to provide a general survey of the most characteristic brands on the international mineral water market. Whereas such names as Perrier, Evian, San Pellegrino and even Fiji are popular and should be familiar to many readers, fresh discoveries are in practice pre-programmed.
Even if readers seek the perfect combination of different dishes and the right water to accompany these, Michael Mascha does not let them down. Giving comments about mouth feel, the PH factor and recommendations for special combinations, he offers a wealth of ideas for perfect enjoyment, drop by drop.