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The UK group aims to convert Shuijingfang into the top Bai Jiu spirits brand, it said.
But drinking the local bai jiu, a sorghum based spirit well over 50 per cent, does eventually take its toll, and it sadly contributed to the death of Mahmut's teacher a few years ago.
Mahmut, despite being only 31, was a veteran in the world of Uighur music and could sit you down with a bottle of bai jiu and take you back 2,000 years to the origins of the tambur.
We are drinking bai jiu of the highest quality, but to my unacculturated taste, it has an industrial-fluid-aged-in-goat-bladder flavor.
We step off the bus and are handed shot glasses of bai jiu by young women in traditional dress.