One of the distinguishing features of Moutai Prince Chiew – Gold is its smooth and complex flavor profile. It has a rich aroma with notes of fruit, grain, and flowers, followed by a velvety and full-bodied taste that is both sweet and slightly spicy. The finish is long and lingering, leaving a pleasant aftertaste.
The packaging of Moutai Prince Chiew – Gold is also visually striking, with a gold color scheme and intricate designs that represent traditional Chinese culture and art. The bottle is often seen as a symbol of luxury and prestige.
Gold is a luxury Chinese Baijiu (a type of distilled liquor) produced by the Moutai Distillery, which is located in the town of Maotai in Guizhou Province, China. It is considered one of the highest quality Baijiu products in the world and is often referred to as the “king of Baijiu”.
Moutai Prince Chiew – Gold is made using traditional fermentation and distillation methods, using only high-quality sorghum as the main ingredient. The production process is highly controlled and takes several years to complete, with the liquor being aged in ceramic jars and underground cellars.