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mao-tai

or mao tai

[ mou-tahy ]
/ ˈmaʊˈtaɪ /
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noun

a strong, colorless liquor of China distilled from sorghum and resembling vodka but usually of higher proof.

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Origin of mao-tai

From the Chinese word Máutái, place in Guizhou province where it was made
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