Get hydrated with a class designed to educate on fundamentals of H20

“Clean eating,” “raw,” “organic,” “sustainable” are buzzwords that are not going anywhere; the trend of healthy living has evolved into a wellness revolution. Consumers want fine dining options that are conscious of their body and the environment, and will pay whatever it costs to receive high-quality treatment. Martin Riese, a certified water sommelier in Los Angeles, has given the fad a price tag of $50.

Fine-dining restaurant Patina is hosting a water tasting class for students curious about the basics of Ray’s & Stark Bar’s 45-page Water Menu, designed by the teacher himself. Riese is responsible for Beverly Hills 90H20, a luxury brand of water from the Northern California Mountains crafted with natural minerals and packaged in diamond-like glass bottles.

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