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Moutai is China' s most famous liquor which was selected as the drink for national banquets right before the founding of the People' s Republic of China.
It is said that the villagers along the Shishui River started to make Moutai 4，000 years ago. In the West Han Dynasty， the people produced Moutai liquor of superior quality， which was paid as the tribute to the emperor. Since the Tang Dy- nasty， this local beverage has been shipped overseas by the marine silk road.
Moutai features mild flavour and unique fragrance， and helps relieve fatigue and achieve tranquility if taken properly， thus winning great popularity among domestic and foreign consumers.
Moutai, China's most famous liquor, was chosen for the state banquet on the eve of the founding of People’s Republic of China.
It is said that villagers along the Chishui River began brewing Moutai four thousand years ago. During the Western Han Dynasty, the people there produced high quality Moutai and they tributed it to the emperor. Since the Tang Dynasty, this local liquor has been shipped overseas via the Maritime Silk Road.
Maotai has a soft taste and a special aroma. Moderate consumption can help relieve fatigue and has a sedative effect, so it is widely loved by consumers at home and abroad.
Moutai, the most well-known liquor in China, was chosen as the beverage for state banquet on the eve of the founding of People’s Republic of China in 1949.
It is said that as early as four thousand years ago, villagers along the Chishui River started brewing Moutai. During the Western Han Dynasty, the people there produced high quality Moutai, which they tributed to the emperor. Since Tang dynasty, this local liquor has been shipped overseas through the Maritime Silk Road.
Moutai boasts a tender taste with a special aroma. As a moderate consumption of Moutai can ease the fatigue and has a sedative effect, it wins the hearts of customers both at home and abroad.