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Patron Ellie Veale samples a glass of Baijiu Chinese spirit at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / various sources / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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Patron Philip David samples a glass of Baijiu Chinese spirit at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / various sources / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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Patron Philip David samples a glass of Baijiu Chinese spirit at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / various sources / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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Patron Ellie Veale samples a glass of Baijiu Chinese spirit at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / various sources / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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Bottles of Baijiu Chinese spirit are displayed at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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A barman prepares a cocktail with Baijiu Chinese spirit at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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Patron Philip David samples a glass of Baijiu Chinese spirit at a bar in central London on May 15, 2019. - Employees in red and yellow jumpsuitS mix grain mash in 500-year-old earthen tanks. From this distillery in Sichuan, central China, comes baijiu, a national alcohol. About 10.8 billion liters of this clear beverage, which can have 55 percent alcohol, were consumed last year, according to a study by the International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR), a London-based institute specialist in the sector wines and spirits. (Photo by TOLGA AKMEN / various sources / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Pauline FROISSART in London/Dan MARTIN in Luzhou
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, people walk past a shop selling selling bottles of baijiu liquor in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, a worker moistens mounds where grain is fermented at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, a worker moistens mounds where grain is fermented at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, an employee works inside a depression that holds fermenting grain to produce baijiu liquor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers prepare grain on a work floor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers transport fermented grain at a work floor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, a workers collects distilled baijiu liquor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers collect freshly distilled baijiu liquor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers collect fermented grain at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers collect fermented grain at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers prepare grain on a work floor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers prepare and distill grain at a work floor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 24, 2019, workers deposit grain to produce baijiu liquor at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, an employee inspects baijiu liquor on a production line at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, an employee inspects baijiu liquor on a production line at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, an employee inspects baijiu liquor on a production line at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, an employee works at a terminal on a production line for baijiu liquor at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, A bottle of baijiu liquor is seen on a table while people enjoy dinner at a restaurant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, an employee inspects baijiu liquor on a production line at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, employees inspect baijiu liquor on a production line at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 23, 2019, an employee works at the Luzhou Loajian bottling plant in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, an employee from a baijiu distillery performs a tasting in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, a worker inspects large containers filled with baijiu liquor in a cave located in the hills of Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, workers inspect a container filled with baijiu liquor in a cave located in the hills of Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, visitors look on at a guide during a tour of the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, a worker moistens mounds where grain is fermented at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, a worker moistens mounds where grain is fermented at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, a worker inspects mounds where grain is fermented at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, visitors look on during a tour of the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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In this photo taken on April 22, 2019, a worker poses beside mounds where grain is fermented at the Luzhou Laojiao distillery where baijiu is produced in Luzhou, southwestern China's Sichuan province. - Baijiu's popularity in China has propelled demand -- making it the most consumed spirit in the world and its major producers the most valuable distilleries globally. There's just one problem: the taste. Kinder critics say it evokes truffles or burning plastic, while less generous descriptions have included "industrial cleaning solvent" and "liquid razor blades." (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
TO GO WITH AFP STORY CHINA-DRINK-BEVERAGE-TRADE-BAIJIU,CULTURE,FEATURE BY PAULINE FROISSART AND DAN MARTIN
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