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"Flying Fairy" Kweichow Moutai Chiew
Product : "Flying Fairy" Kweichow Moutai Chiew
Origin :Guizhou province, China
Ingredient :Wheat, high quality sorghum, water
Alcohol :53% alc./vol.
Producer :Kweichow Moutai Co,. Ltd.
BC SKU# :044826
AB SKU# :044826
ON LCBO# :658467
QC SAQ# :12448427

Description

 

THE MOST WELL-KNOWN BAIJIU IN THE WORLD

  • Double Gold Medal Winner of the 2014 World Spirit Competition
  • The Official National Liquor Of China
  • State Banquet Wine for Dignitaries and Government Officials
  • #2 Most Valuable Spirit Brand in the World in 2013
  • Fermented for 40 Days
  • Distilled 7 times
  • Aged Up to 4 years
  • Blended with 200 different base Spirits from Moutai
  • Long lingering fragrance

 

Kweichow Moutai liquor 】

  Moutai is one of the world’s 3 most famous liquors. It is the originator in yeast sauce liquor in our country. It is the monument of liquor culture that brewers have used magic talent, distilled the cream of broomcorn, picked up the soul of wheat, exploited the nimbus of the sky and earth, and captured irreplaceable microorganisms of special environment for fermentation, mixing and sublimation. Moutai has a long history. As recorded in history, as early as in 135 BC, Moutai Town, the ancient apanage, brewed the medlar sauce wine that Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty had high opinion of, and was thus known throughout the world. In 1915, Moutai won the gold prize of Panama Word’s Fair, and became known throughout the world.

  After the establishment of our country, Moutai has won international gold prizes for several times. It is sold to over 100 countries and regions. The production technique of Moutai is ancient and unique. It inherits the essence of ancient brewery technique, and shines with the color of modern science and technology.

Trademark introduction 】

  "Kweichow Moutai" is adopted to be main trademark of Kweichow Moutai Liquor, which has two different logos---Feitian and Five Star. The liquors with those two different logos are totally the same in vinosity