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Kweichow Maotaizhen 9 Year Old Baijiu

(50cl, 53%)

Kweichow Maotaizhen 9 Year Old Baijiu
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Popular in China, Baijiu is an intriguing Chinese spirit made from sorghum and wheat, which is served at room temperature and often alongside food. This is a 9 year old Baijiu from Kweichow Maotaizhen.

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Kweichow Maotaizhen 9 Year Old Baijiu Reviews

Mathieu A, United Kingdom
30th July 2020
Enjoyable introduction to Baijiu
My first Baijiu so very new to the drink but I really enjoyed this (although probably not enough to buy a full bottle at £165 - I tried a sample).

On the nose I got spiced pear, floral notes, some malty/grain aromas and a hint of white chocolate.

Initially sweet on the palate with an almost neutral taste at first, developing more savoury grain notes and spiced pear on the finish with a touch of creaminess.

Full bodied and very smooth. Enjoyed at room temp.

Apparently classed as 'sauce' fragrance for anyone who understands the relevance (I certainly don't)

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