The History of Fen jiu

Fen Jiu, a Chinese traditional mild-flavored spirit, is made in Fenyang, in the Shan Xi Province. It can be traced back over 6000 years to the ancient Yangshao culture period; over 1500 years with liquor fame as an highly praised imperial wine, and recorded in the history archives of 24 Dynasties! It is acclaimed as the forefather of Chinese spirits!

A Unique Production Process

The production of Fenjiu is long and complex and consists of 3 basic raw materials : Sorghum, Qu and water.


  • 6 x 500ml bottles per carton
  • 53% alc. – aged for 30 years in ceramic vats
  • packed in an elegant blue & white porcelain bottle

Fen jiu as a Product

Fenjiu is the ambassador of the light-aroma Baijiu style. The Fenjiu character is clear on the nose, full bodied on the palate, with a clean but long lasting aftertaste. It has a unique taste of floral & fruit aromas, nuts & plum aromas, giving a soft and very balanced sweetness in the mouth. Thanks to its light aroma, it is the most approachable and accessible variety of baijiu.


30 years

From the “Qinghua Fen Jiu 30″ it is a small step to another Chinese legacy: the blue & white porcelain, China’s most famous ‘china’! The bottle is designed with elements of the China core blue & white porcelain, showing the quintessence of the Chinese classic porcelain spirit culture, which is elegant & refined. 

Fen Jiu is tasted in a special porcelain bamboo type goblet.  This goblet is split into 2 sections so it can be used from both ends : the top end holds the smallest measure 5cl, and the reverse end holds three times as much as the top end.  

What other invitation does one need to try this unique liquor !