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  • Chinese gin connoisseurs are welcoming local flavours
  • Chinese gin connoisseurs are welcoming local flavours
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Chinese gin connoisseurs are welcoming local flavours

Baijiu remains the most popular spirit across China, but domestic gin distilleries are localising their flavour profiles through native botanicals and spices to reach new audiences. Gin is generally characterised as British, but these flavours are winning fans by blending the new with the familiar.

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