Visitors to Cuenca can now learn about oak barrels and how rum is made, as well as the history of one of the most traditional companies in the city. Fusing history, tradition and mixological art certainly represents a great challenge, especially in a city like Cuenca where innovative initiatives are the order of the day. The Los Andes – San Miguel Business Group is taking on that challenge by opening its San Miguel Cava to the public, with a novel offer that merges these three aspects. During the tour, visitors will hear details related to the production of rum, its…
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