- From Mandarin 白酒 (báijiǔ). (Wiktionary)
“Maotai—the most popular variant of a homegrown liquor called baijiu, and once a favorite of Chairman Mao—now sells for more than $300 a bottle, double the price a year ago.”
“Then we'll close the door and overwhelm our guests with numerous courses of delicacies and round after round of toasts with Chinese hard liquor known as baijiu, or white liquor.”
“China's "national wine," giving it an undeniable marketing edge over the other gullet-searing grain spirits, collectively known as baijiu, tossed back at banquet tables across the nation.”
“I have no doubt it was the Chinese spirit baijiu, which is usually 55ish percent.”
“China's swelling middle class, many of whom are replacing the long-popular "baijiu" grain liquor and beer at their dinner tables with”
“Not surprisingly, then, it is home to a small alcohol factory, which produces 'baijiu', the Chinese version of vodka.”
“The dominance reflects widespread popularity of local spirits, especially rice-based spirits such as baijiu in China and soju in South Korea," stated the report.”
“baijiu," earned its cachet as the alcohol of choice by Chinese leaders and diplomats to honor visiting dignitaries.”
“As part of a joint venture in China for example, Diageo produces the Shui Jing Fang brand of baijiu, a white spirit that the company says accounts for half of China's alcoholic-beverage consumption by volume.”
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