Moutai – a type of Chinese baijiu born from the rich heritage and exotic tastes of China, produced only along the Chishui River in Moutai Town of China's Guizhou Province. Moutai has a recipe long regarded as one of the best in China and counted among the finest liquors around the world. It has embraced the world over for its complex flavor, luxury status, and impeccable pedigree. Moutai is poised to become an essential part of any important occasion whether celebrating a momentous event in your life, or simply tipping a glass with friends.

Of all the Chinese baijiu only one has the quality and history to be known as Moutai. It first won international fame when winning a gold medal at the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. Moutai also claimed two gold medals separately at the Paris International Exposition in 1985 and 1986. Throughout the years, Moutai has won 14 international awards and 20 domestic awards since the Chinese Revolution and remains its position as one of the world's most valuable spirits.

One taste of Moutai and you will see why it is held in such esteem in the East.

Apart from the classic Moutai Flying Fairy, the younger series Moutai Prince, can be drunk straight or also great made into cocktails.

Learn how to make The Moutai Mojito and The Moutai Colada cocktails.  

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At The Festival

Moutai will be served at the Taste of Dublin main bar and VIP bar.