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- Maotai or Moutai is a brand of baijiu, a distilled Chinese liquor (spirit), made in the town of Maotai in China's Guizhou province. Produced by the state-owned...
- Maotai (simplified Chinese: 茅台; traditional Chinese: 茅台 or 茅臺; pinyin: Máotái) is a town in the north of Guizhou province, known as the production site...
- Samohon Rye Whiskey Sorghum distillations Baijiu a.k.a. Shaojiu (China) Maotai a.k.a. Moutai Kaoliang wine a.k.a. Gaoling wine, sorghum wine Wheat distillations...
- state-owned enterprise in China, specializing in the production and sales of Maotai liquor, together with the production and sale of beverage, food and packaging...
- Zunyi Maotai Airport (IATA: WMT, ICAO: ZUMT) is an airport in Renhuai city, which is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Zunyi in...
- as Maoxiang "Mao-aroma" (茅香), after the best known spirit of this cl****, Maotai. Mixiang (米香, mǐxiāng; rice aroma): This cl**** of liquor is exemplified...
- short story collection Taipei People. Baijiu Chinese alcoholic beverages Maotai Korean goryangju is produced in both North and South Korea, but Koreans...
- and is difficult to find elsewhere. The rice liquor Maotai (Moutai) is produced in the town of Maotai in Renhuai. Another well-known local liquor is Dongjiu...
- Baijiu 40–65% Chacha 40–70% Răchie (Central/Southeast European drink) 42–86% Maotai 43–53% Absinthe 45–89.9% Țuică (Romanian drink) 30–65% (usually 35–55%)...
- barley-wheat and barley-pea flour. The four most famous Baijiu (liquors) of China, Maotai, Fen, Luzhou and Xifeng, are all made with Daqu only. Some Huangjiu (cereal...
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