The container of “Wealth from the Eight Directions” is made by Tai-Hwa Pottery, also known as the National Palace Museum of Yingge. The celestial-like bottle is chosen as it symbolizes blessings and fulfillment throughout all four seasons of the year. The painted a shining golden boat carrying flowers signifying peace and fortune, including lilies, which are symbolic of heartfelt blessings and long lasting love, peonies symbolizing wealth, and hydrangeas symbolizing that peace and prosperity always come hand in hand. Beautiful, fluttering butterflies represent happiness and good fortune, while the special blue glaze is intertwined with sacred indigenous symbols of blessing. The small, twisting golden implies the number 8, the pronunciation of which is similar to that for “prosperity” in Mandarin Chinese. The masterpiece is exquisitely imbued with subtle symbolisms for good fortune, and embodies the metaphor of drawing wealth from all eight directions.
“Yushan Taiwan Summit Kaoliang Liquor 16 Years Aged” is a premium kaoliang liquor aged for over 16 years ceramic urns in cellars with conditions perfect for maturing liquor. The liquor has a light, natural aroma and is smooth bodied with an immediate hint of fruit upon savoring, followed by a rich, mellow flavor. Its elegant and aromatic taste soothes the heart and soul, while its clean, well balanced aftertaste linger upon the palate. Completely free of impurities, the liquor tastes as if it were the nectar of the heaven, while its absolute purity has become its signature mark of distinction. Unique and exclusive, it is the perfect choice for collectors and connoisseurs.
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