A strong-aroma baijiu in a low-rent bottle (and for a low-rent price), this baijiu really punches above its weight. It’s got a clean, clear profile, with 50% sorghum and 50% wheat. Our panel found it to be very ‘tangy’, with notes of fermented mango and a fresh-grass finish. It’s great!
It’s a mild approach to a strong aroma baijiu, one that has the hallmarks of the aroma category but doesn’t stray very far into any weird corners. Really a decent entry here, and you can find it in stores for bargain-basement prices. It’d be interesting to put this one head to head with Luzhou’s bottom-shelf strong aroma Erqu Jiu, which is also decidedly good.