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Baijiu (Chinese: 百酒; Meaning: "white wine") is a fermented Chinese alcohol, made from rice and other grains. It is clear, odorless and very strong, typically over 50% alcohol. Baijiu is served unmixed at room temperature, although it is occasionally served warm like sake. The price of baijiu varies greatly; one pint of baijiu can cost as little as 6元 (under $1) or as much as 400元 (about $60).