Kweichow Moutai Flying Fairy Chinese Baijiu 500ml 53% (2014, 2015, 2016)


If you’re looking for something truly unique and extraordinary, then look no further than this rare golden opportunity to acquire 3 Flying Fairy bottles in sequential years – 2014, 2015 and 2016! Kweichow Moutai Flying Fairy Chinese Baijiu is one of the most traditional and signature products from Moutai.

Enjoy its unbeatable flavor: a mix of tropical fruits and pear, smoky nuts, sweet plums and floral aromas like pineapple, guava, kiwi fruit and white flowers. Experience a powerful and complex blend of flavors that are clear in colour like water but packed with punch. Lingering notes of herbaceous combined for a long finish make this the perfect indulgence for any baijiu connoisseur or collector. Don’t miss out on this special deal before it’s too late – each bottle has been perfectly aged to perfection!

X3 500ml | 53% ABV | Maotai, China
Moutai Flying Fairy 53% 500ml 茅台飞天53度500毫升

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President Nixon famously enjoyed Moutai during his visit to China where it’s considered the ‘national liquor’. Made from red sorghum grain grown in Guizhou (Kweichou) Province, the fermented mash is distilled seven times. Batches are kept separate then matured for years in earthenware jars which allow the alcohol to ‘breathe’. Finally, the distillates are subject to an elaborate vatting process, supervised by a Master Blender to achieve the spirit’s unique aroma and flavour.

Often served at state banquets and presented as a diplomatic gift, Moutai’s floral / yeasty / grainy flavour has also been compared to soy sauce, while its popularity is such that limited editions have become highly collectable. According to a report by Fortune Magazine, the spirit’s “fiery flavour and potential to appreciate in price is driving blistering demand. That in turn has pushed its market value to more than $145 billion, well past British whisky giant Diageo.”