October 17, 2007

Baij.tv Presents: Baijiu Face

To be honest, we'd never heard of a Chinese liquor called Baijiu before an email hit our inbox about it this morning. But, after watching the video contained in the email, we couldn't be more intrigued by the stuff, especially after our quick and not-so-thorough research introduced us to the phenomenon of "Baijiu face," which judging by the pictures reminded us of our own experience with Screech Rum face.

According to Wikipedia, the name Baijiu "means 'white liquor,' 'white alcohol' or 'white spirits.' The final line of the video told us all we really needed to know, about this high-octane beverage.

We may not have learned anything new about Baijiu, but at least we got fucked up. And that's basically what Baijiu's all about.
Watch the baij.tv video after the jump.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 17, 2007 8:44 AM
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