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Wine, Beer and Liquor Consumption in China 1961-2015

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ThorntonDecember 16, 2018 at 5:24 pmReply

Hi, I have been experimenting with baijiu for the last three months or so. Baijiu, pronounced “bye-joe” literally means “clear liquor,” is a category of at least a dozen Chinese liquors with a defining quality that is common to all premium baijiu is the ABV of 50% plus. Its a bit too strong and pungent for my palate. I have found it really is great as a cocktail mixer some brands more so than others. https://www.baijiublog.com/ has a good in-depth selection on cocktail recipes here https://www.baijiublog.com/baijiu-cocktails/#Baijiu-Cocktails-1

In my opinion it mixes better with citrus flavors but everyone has their own preferred taste. Enjoy!