Who wants a glass of water that's like champagne? Maybe? I don't know. Scottie would like one. There's a california restaurant that treats water like high-priced wine. It has a 45-page menu of waters.... See More
Who wants a glass of water that's like champagne? Maybe? I don't know. Scottie would like one. There's a california restaurant that treats water like high-priced wine. It has a 45-page menu of waters. What accent is that? My champagne? That's a hybrid. I speak the many languages. Nick watt put the water to a test. Let's take a look. Reporter: Stunning bouquet. I think there's some earth notes in here. What we're getting all pretentious about. It's a classic. It's not wine. It's water. And, yes, you are supposed to swirl and sniff. That's mark, the owner of rays starle bar. He introduced alongside the food and water menus, a water menu. 20 brands from up to 20 different countries. You can taste the difference? Definitely. Reporter: This guy wrote the book on water. I mean, he actually wrote the book. In his native german. We're about to go head-to-head in a blind tasting. Don't let me see your list. I'll cheat. It was lightning fast. I'm done. Reporter: You're done? I was desperate for the bathroom. I feel like my pallet's been compromise. The result, four out of six for both of us. Water really does taste difference. The smoothness makes it taste a bit like saliva. Maybe not. For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. I'm sold. Unfortunate. Chris harrison was weighing in. You won't be at that restaurant? I just said, if you see me there, feel free to punch me. Did they bring you wine? With the bread? I'll stick with my grape juice just fine. Coming up next here, inside
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