Shui Jing Fang Wellbay box and bottle on a restaurant table surrounded by Moutai shot glasses, wine glasses, and cocktails.
August 21, 2017

Last year, the U.S. imported some $462.8 billion worth of goods from China. One thing virtually absent from those shipping containers stocked with Chinese products? Baijiu: China’s national alcohol. Outside China, baijiu languishes in obscurity. Inside China, baijiu sits at the center of drinking culture: wedding banquets, official government meetings, and business deals are all toasted with an endless stream of thimble-sized cups filled to the brim.

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