The baijiu has a life; it has cultivated itself during years of dwelling in the caves.
The newly made baijiu is
pungent and spicy, and
only through conservation
can it become moderately
delicate, softly harmonious
and mellowly graceful.
A schematic diagram of the association of pottery altar with liquor,
Form a miniature sustained release capsule
Photographs of microporous structure electron microscopy in pottery altar
Luzhou Laojiao boasts its three natural cellar caves, namely Chunyang Cave, Zuiweng Cave and Longquan Cave.
The air in the caves flows extremely slowly, with the temperature remaining at around 20℃ and the relative humidity at around 80% all year round;
the constant temperature and humidity and abundant microorganism varieties provide optimum conditions for the esterifying, aging and flavoring of baijiu body. In the meantime, the special earthenware of micropore reticular structure guarantees the mutual nourishing, renewal and refreshing of the baijiu body with the external world.