10 Thousand BC

10 Thousand BC

While we wait for an entrepreneur to release the next level of water pretentiousness, which in my opinion should be morning dew collected from the petals of the himalayan dwarf rosebush, we can drink water harvested from a glacier in British Columbia. According to the website, because research has shown (?!?) that water has a memory, the bottling is done to inspirational music. I don't know if this is pre-recorded music from maria callas, or if there is a chamber orchestra, precariously tethered to the edge of the glacier, with the sole purpose of entertaining the water as it melts. From a design standpoint, the frosted glass bottle reminds me of the H2O Bling, minus the swaroski.