Aguardiente Blanco del Valle

The chronicles of the Indies narrate that there was a liquid from sugar cane with a bittersweet flavor whose name came from the Latin “Aqua Arden”, that is, meaning ‘water that burns’, the same that over time would be known as aguardiente.

The chronicles of the Indies narrate that there was a liquid from sugar cane with a bittersweet flavor whose name came from the Latin “Aqua Arden”, that is, meaning ‘water that burns’, the same that over time would be known as aguardiente.