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Kweichow Maotaizhen 9 Year Old Baijiu

(50cl, 53%)

Kweichow Maotaizhen 9 Year Old Baijiu

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Kweichow Maotaizhen 9YO Bottling Note

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

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)

30th July 2020

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