Kweichow Moutai Prince

Kweichow Moutai is the king of the baijiu world, and you’ll see that right away in the price. There are very high-end bottles, and it’s the brand of choice for gifting… and maybe also grifting.

Prince is a mid-level offering, and it’s a really fun version of the Sauce Aroma category with a great bold flavor. The initial nose combines the sour tang of low-quality semi-sweet chocolate chips and a finish that’s reminiscent of really high-end cocoa powder.

Buy it: I found it at China Place Liquor City in Chicago. But don’t mind that: Kweichow Moutai is probably the most widely-available baijiu brands – pretty much anywhere in the US that carries baijiu will have this.

Tried it? Leave your rating and review below!

Kweichow Moutai Prince

0.00
7.3

Rating

7.3/10

Comments

    thejosh

    (September 14, 2018 - 11:06 pm)

    Rating

    7.00

    nose: less alcohol, more impurities like other cheap liquor
    palate: lots of alcohol, tastes like cheap liquor from college
    finish: burns, long aftertaste
    overall: takes me back to the days of drinking on the cheap.
    5

    markgetsetgo

    (September 15, 2018 - 3:34 am)

    Rating

    6.50

    Nose: light, grassy, straw. 7
    Palate: sesame, grass, straw mold, sour. 7
    Finish: shorter than expected, higher end finish. 5
    Overall. complex and huge flavored. 6.5

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