Getting into the spirit

When in Beijing, we embarked on an introductory flight of baijiu, the ubiquitous Chinese spirit for all celebrations, at Capital Spirits.

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Drinking dirt

I love aged pu-erh tea 普洱茶. Its woody, musty aroma evokes images of misty rainy mornings in the wilderness. The first sip of freshly brewed pu-erh tea always makes me sigh contentedly, close my eyes and take a deep breath as I slip into a state of bliss and calm. Which is like the effect…

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