Zhuhai

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Zhu·hai

 (jo͞o′hī′)
A city of southern China in Guangdong province on the Pearl River Delta south of Guangzhou.
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Translations
تشوهاي
珠海
주하이
Châu Hải
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1, craft beer by Boondocks Brewing Co., the Watermelon Refresher, the yummy Lychee Chu-Hai. Try the Tipsy Bacon, too.
A long row of shochu bottles are upside down on tap; mix the Scotch--like liquor at your table with grapefruit juice you squeeze using a beautiful ceramic juicer for a DIY chu-hai cocktail.
Kirin Distillery, formerly known as Kirin-Seagram Co., is based in Gotemba, Shizuoka Prefecture, and its main products are non-beer alcohol beverages such as liqueurs, wines and ''chu-hai'' distilled spirits.