The cocktail Beijing Berry Fizz ($10) blends a trio of tasty ingredients: Jiannanchun baijiu, strawberries and Champagne.
“It’s very refreshing with a little tartness from the strawberry,” writes Rosa Cheng. “It’s great for hot summer days.”
Those who want a more comprehensive experience can join “Baijiu Night’ for USD45. A “baijiiu connoisseur” will explain this spirit and guests can try several different renown brands, not to mention cocktails, with some tasty Chinese cuisine. Full details here.
By the way, that Beijing Berry Fizz is not only available on World Baijiu Day but also for Chinese Valentine’s Day, on August 7 this year. In fact, you can order it all month long at Sumiao. See the restaurant’s website here.
World Baijiu Day is held each August 9. See our 2018 event list here. The 2019 list is coming soon. Follow World Baijiu Day on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Get in touch with Jim Boyce via spirit (at) worldbaijiuday.com.