What Does Billion-Year-Old Water Taste Lie?

Professor Barbara Sherwood Lollar of the University of Toronto bravely tasted water that has been sequestered 1.5 miles underground for between 1 and 2.6 billion years. How does she describe the experience? Salty, viscous and orange coloured.

I don't think I'll be mixing that with my whiskey anytime soon.

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Thanks Bruce!