Mianzhu Daqu – Laohao

mianzhu-daqu

Mianzhu Daqu is a sub brand of the famous Jian Nan Chun group. It is in the Strong Aroma baijiu category from Mianzhu (Mian Chu), Sichuan. The place of origin of Mianzhu Daqu is located in the northwestern plain of Sichuan Basin, with a history of three to four thousand years of liquor brewing.

Adopted with the brewing techniques that have lasted, enriched and improved for more than hundreds of years, the Mianzhu Daqu liquor is made of the material of five kinds of high quality grains such as Sorghum, Rice, Glutinous rice, Wheat and Corn.

Every kind of grain can be made into liquor with different tastes. For example, liquor from glutinous rice is exquisite, liquor from rice is mellow, liquor from wheat is clear, liquor from sorghum is pure, and liquor from corn is sweet. Mianzhu Daqu is made from all of them with a certain proportion by naturally fermenting to generate more than many kinds of flavor elements such as acid, ester and alcohol.

Mixing the advantages of the five kinds of gains, Mianzhu Daqu’s special body and elegant flavor are formed naturally. In another word, Mianzhu Daqu Laohao properly combines the characteristics of the five grains and achieves the complexity in aroma as well as flavoring that is very similar to products at much higher price range. Mianzhu Daqu is fermented in the cellar of hundreds years old and stored for many years and then blended to create the flavor in the style of strongly aroma. It is pure and elegant, sweet and clean, mellow and smooth.

MIANZHU DAQU – LAOHAOMIANZHU DAQU - LAOHAO

ALCOHOL: 52% By Vol.

SIZES: 750ml

ORIGIN: Sichuan, China

INGREDIENTS: Water, 50% Sorghum, 50% Grain (Glutinous Rice, Rice, Wheat and Corn)

  • It is made with five kinds of high quality grains such as Sorghum, Rice, Glutinous rice, Wheat and Corn to produce the perfect aromatic and taste balance.
  • Produced in Mianzhu city, with 3 – 4 thousand years of baijiu making history
  • It is fermented in the cellar of hundreds years old and stored for many years before blending
  • The tropical fruits and floral notes make it very mixable for cocktails