Traditionally, Moutai is enjoyed neat at room temperature with food. However, even more Chinese are embracing the art of mixology. Moutai cocktails are quick and easy to make, with a truly sophisticated taste. Whether you want to fix up a quick and easy cocktail at home, or you are a bartender interested in incorporating Moutai into your cocktail ideas, you’ll find what you need here. We have iconic Moutai cocktail examples tasted by our baijiu masters and professional Australian bartenders; we are here to make sure you fall in love with Moutai. Your way.
The award winning creation “Banana Dynasty” has the true makings of a classic cocktail; incorporating precisely four ingredients to bring out the best of the Moutai Flying Fairy. The Giffards Banane de Brésil adds a tropical touch without too much sweetness.
• Moutai Flying Fairy 40mL
• Giffards Banane Du Bresil 20mL
• La Quintyne Vermouth Royal, Rouge 15mL
• Angostura bitters
• Add all ingredients to a chilled mixing glass over ice and stir until perfectly chilled.
• Pour into a frosty cold Old-Fashioned glass over crystal clear hand cut ice.
• Twist lemon peel over the glass to release oils.
• Place peel neatly twisted on the glass.
The award-winning creation “Banana Dynasty” has the true makings of a classic cocktail; incorporating four ingredients to bring out the best of the Moutai Flying Fairy. The Giffards Banane de Brésil adds a tropical touch without too much sweetness.
• Moutai Flying Fairy 30mL• Coconut juice 15mL • White tea 15mL • Rose syrup 10mL • Green mango puree 10mL
• Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice. • Shake until chilled. Double strain into the glass over crushed ice. • Garnish with dried rose petals.
This treasure embraces the sorghum aroma of Moutai. Crafted by the Sydney local bartender, “Ganbei Julep” is a mesmerising piece of art. Served over crushed ice with specially selected crystal Coupe glass and a garnish of rose petals, this refreshing drink was a breath of fresh air.