Spirits from Guatemala


      The history of this rum has its origin in 1939, when Botran, a family of Spanish emigrants, started the distillation activity in Guatemala, in the city of Quetzaltenango, located at 2300 meters above sea level. A region considered ideal for the cultivation of sugar cane and for the aging of rum. Thus was born the distillery which was to become known as Industrias Licoreras de Guatemala, the same distillery which produces the world-famous Ron Zacapa, and with which Botran shares the "solera method", a true Spanish heritage of the family, and the raw material, consisting of pure sugar cane juice.