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    Bai Jiu (Moutai)

    Helps my kung fu. Its different from other spirits it goes to the spleen and you can keep your balance even when you toe up. Tequilla makes me into an Aztec Huizalipotchli, Bai jiu turns me into Li Bai.

    Ever train with the bai jiu?

    Where can you buy some Mao Tai (thats how I roll) in the US?

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    Apparently it also makes you hallucinate. . .waitasec..I already knew that!

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    when i drink rice wine i buy a watermelon, then i sit on a chair and stare at the floor. then i smash the watermelon.

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    rice wine is for southern weaklings.

    Real men drink Baijiu.

    My drug of choice tends to be 绵竹大曲 (52% alcohol, made from sorghum but with some rice, wheat and corn in the blend.

    As it happens, today (speaking of Li Bai...) I am drinking Taibai (50% alcohol, made from sorghum, wheat and (dried?) peas. NO RICE!
    Last edited by omarthefish; 06-11-2011 at 02:34 AM.

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    1 li bai was a poet. a bit drinking relaxed him and good poems created.

    drink to the bright moon etc etc

    2 guan yu or guan yun chang had a red face

    it is difficult to see his face redder or not after some rice wine.

    drink a bit but not too much.

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    drunken tai chi, drunken mantis

    drunken swordplay

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    Chinese wines are all shyte. All of them.
    Drink a single malt scotch whisky if you want to have a real drink.
    Kung Fu is good for you.

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    Typical middle class Chinese monthly income in the city: 300-500$
    Price of a (3/4 litre) bottle of decent single malt scotch: 30$
    Price of a (1/2 litre) bottle of either of the Chinese drinks I mentioned: <1$

    A bottle of single malt scotch costs about equal to my entire disposable income for 1 week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarthefish View Post
    Typical middle class Chinese monthly income in the city: 300-500$
    Price of a (3/4 litre) bottle of decent single malt scotch: 30$
    Price of a (1/2 litre) bottle of either of the Chinese drinks I mentioned: <1$

    A bottle of single malt scotch costs about equal to my entire disposable income for 1 week.
    I can guarantee you it will be worth it!
    Kung Fu is good for you.

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    It's an acquired taste . . .

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    wine does not make make people drunk, but people make themself drunk.

    beauty does not charm people, but people make themself charmed.

    酒不醉人 人自醉
    色不迷人 人自迷

    jiu bu zui ren ren zi zui

    se bu mi ren ren zi mi

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzK-4...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GScMy...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAYjYAzL3TE

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQM63...&feature=share

    we may confide our feelings/emotions with mountain and water.

    we may confide our feelings/emotions with music, poems, painting etc etc

    we may be drunk (well absorbed) with all these things other than bottles.

    寄情于山水 ji qing yu shan shui

    寄情于音乐 ji qing yu yin yue

    寄情于诗画 ji qing yu shi hua

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    Ng Ga Pei (wu Jia Pei) is the drink of Warriors!
    Absinthe is the drink of poets, artists, musicians, and writers.
    "My Gung-Fu may not be Your Gung-Fu.
    Gwok-Si, Gwok-Faht"

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    that killed Kung-Fu."

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    I can't abide scotch, but I quite like Bai Jiu. And anything that gets you that wrecked for 3 Yuan is a winner
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    Quote Originally Posted by omarthefish View Post
    rice wine is for southern weaklings.

    Real men drink Baijiu.

    My drug of choice tends to be 绵竹大曲 (52% alcohol, made from sorghum but with some rice, wheat and corn in the blend.

    As it happens, today (speaking of Li Bai...) I am drinking Taibai (50% alcohol, made from sorghum, wheat and (dried?) peas. NO RICE!
    do you smash watermelons

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    Comparing fine scotch with er gua tou? Silly savages.

    I have had imperial rice wine, it is not like anything you have ever had. Good baijiu is incomparabe, which is why I am looking for it in the US.

    It is also important for pao jiu. Herbal wines are important for kung fu. Even shaolin monks had training wines because kung fu trumps Buddhism.

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    Hey pretty lady can I Bai Jiu a drink or something?
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