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Water varieties pour into Berkeley Springs during annual international tasting


Jennifer Gardner, Feature Writer Charleston Gazette-Mail; Andrew Rubin, Freelance writer, IKEA North America; and Rebecca Renner, Sr. Writer & Podcast Host USA Today, studeny the color, ordoras well as taste as they judge entries in the “Purified Water Category” at the 28th Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting Saturday afternoon.
(Journal photo by Ron Agnir)

The Journal

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — The 28th Annual Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting at The Country Inn of Berkeley Springs concluded Saturday evening.

Over 100 varieties of water from across the globe competed Saturday to win the competition, which officials say is the world’s largest.

The event has had over 700 distinct waters compete since the competition was founded in 1991, from Thailand, Syria, Greece, New Zealand, Korea and other countries. This year’s new contestants are Costa Rica and Fiji.

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