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Is Pricey Processed Tap Water For 'Eat-at-Home Dimwits'?

New York Post critic Steve Cuozzo is pretty steamed about the fact that a New York "boutique" called Molecule is selling scrubbed up, super filtered tap water to people for $2.50 a bottle. First of all, his "famously infallible palate" didn't even like the fancy filtered water. Second of all, New York City's tap water is "among the world's freshest-tasting" water, so why would anyone mess with it? And who even buys this stuff anyway? According to Cuozzo: "Those who belong to the High Holy Church of Culinary Rectitude." Also, "eat-at-home dimwits." Here's a video:

Video: New York's Molecule Water Boutique

· Molecule Bottled Water Is ‘Pure’ Nonsense [NYP]
· All Steve Cuozzo Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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259 E 10th St, New York, NY 10009

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