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Rice baijiu

Rice baijiu (Chinese: sorghum or other grains. This baijiu also has a characteristic rice fragrance.

One famous brand of rice baijiu is called Sanhua jiu (三花酒; literally "three flower liquor"), which is produced in Guilin, China.

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The name "rice fragrance baijiu" may mislead the drinker, who may regard it as simply ordinary baijiu flavoured by rice. In fact, this kind of distilled beverage differs from sorghum-based baijiu in that its main ingredient is rice.

Mibaijiu is also the name of a type of fermented Chinese rice wine produced in the Jiangsu province.[1]

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