Luzhou Laojiao Zisha Daqu Baijiu 375ml
By bottling the spirit in a coarse, unpolished purple porcelain bottle, Luzhou Laojiao – Zisha Daqu pays respect to the classic liquor bottles from previous dynasties. Zi Sha is highly prized by baijiu lovers for its traditional and fine taste.
One of the four oldest distilleries in China is Luzhou Laojiao, which was founded in 1573 during the Ming Dynasty. The Luzhou Laojiao cellars site was added to the Tentative List of World Cultural Heritage in 2006 by the State Cultural Relics Bureau. In addition, the inaugural “List of National Intangible Cultural Heritage” included the “Traditional liquor making technique of Luzhou Laojiao” in May 2006.
BOUQUET: Peppery, ripe peach, toasted rice
PALATE: Slight sweetness, peach and pear
BRONZE MEDAL: 2014 San Francisco World Spirits Awards
Ranked in the Top 50 Spirits and Wine Brands by Drinks International Magazine. In 2013, moved to #14 on the list ahead of Jack Daniel’s.