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Introducing Lumos: An Interview with Orson Salicetti

  New York has a baijiu bar. I repeat: New York has a baijiu bar. Last year we witnessed the opening of the world’s first baijiu-themed bar, Capital Spirits in Beijing. But that was in China, which was logical and, … Continue reading

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Cocktail: Dark and Smoggy

I have devoted a number of posts to baijiu cocktails and the inherent challenges involved therein. Thus far all of my recipes have employed light-aroma baijiu as their bases for a straightforward reason: Light aroma is relatively mild and blends … Continue reading

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Cocktail: No Regrets

Whenever I talk about baijiu, people always want to know what it’s going to take for baijiu to cross over into foreign markets. The answer is far from certain, but a lot of people, myself included, think that baijiu’s future … Continue reading

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