Why pay outrageously high prices for imported sparkling water when there is now an inexpensive water carbonated and bottled here in the United States at its source – Cold Springs, Vermont. Neither you nor your guests will taste the difference, but if you would be embarrassed if it were learned that you were serving a domestic sparkling water, then serve Cold Springs Water – but serve it in a leaded crystal decanter.
The advertisement rests on which of the following assumptions?
A. It is not difficult to distinguish Cold Springs Water from imported competitors on the basis of taste.
B. Most sparkling waters are bottled at the source, but additional carbonation is added to make them more active.
C. Import restrictions and customs duties that are passed on to consumers artificially inflate the price of imported waters.
D. Sparkling waters taste best when they are decanted from their bottles into another container for service.
E. Some people may purchase an imported sparkling water over a domestic one as a status symbol.
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