Baijiu Brand Name: Yuquanjiu 50 Year Old
Aroma: Mixed Aroma Baijiu
ABV: 50% ABV
Tasting Notes: A faint cheesy smell with a strong pepper like finish.
Description: The Yuquan distillery is located in a village just outside of Harbin in North Eastern China and is surrounded by mountains, the distillery gets its name from the clear streams running around it. The VATS group purchased the distillery in 2008.
4 thoughts on “Yuquanjiu 50 Year Old Baijiu Chinese Liquor Reviews”
The nose is marked by spicy and cheesy sweetness. The oily palate is well balanced and goes on floral and fruity touches. The finish reveals some peppery hints. Not a bad baijiu at all.
The nose is has a cheesy smell and some discrete leather hints. The palate recognizes the leather as well, but also some mix of flowers and ripe fruits, which make it a rather sweet and pleasant baijiu, but without complexity. The finish is pleasant too, with however some alcohol touches on the background.