Guizhou Huazuimeng Liquor Industry sauce flavored liquor manufacturer
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China's wine culture has a long history, and it can be said that no wine can make a banquet. Wine can bring a lively atmosphere to social media that nothing else can bring. As a part of traditional culture, Chinese Baijiu has become a school of its own in the drinking trend formed over thousands of years. Now the same is true of the wine culture. Baijiu has penetrated into all aspects of social life.
However, now there are more varieties, tastes and choices of liquor, which makes the current Chinese Baijiu industry rely on technological progress to embark on a path of cultural innovation and technological innovation. The demand of Baijiu consumers is also transforming towards personality and health, pushing more liquor enterprises into a new era of optimization and upgrading.
Compared with other countries' wine, Baijiu in China is mainly made from grain crops such as sorghum, wheat, corn, etc. The most important difference is that it is made from distilled liquor through cooking, saccharification, fermentation, distillation, etc., using Daqu, Xiaoqu or bran koji and yeast as saccharification starter. The taste is relatively rich, with seven different and multi-level flavors: sour, sweet, bitter, spicy, astringent, salty, and strange. Moreover, Baijiu belongs to high temperature distillation, and its taste is spicy and thick, which is unacceptable to foreigners who are used to drinking single taste and low alcohol liquor.
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