“Aguardiente Blanco Del Valle Sin Azucar” is a Colombian aguardiente. The name translates to “White Firewater from the Valley without Sugar.”
This specific variety of aguardiente is characterized by being “Blanco,” meaning it is clear and colorless. Additionally, “Sin Azucar” indicates that it is made without the addition of sugar, resulting in a drier and less sweet taste compared to some other types of aguardiente.
Aguardiente Blanco Del Valle is typically distilled from sugarcane or molasses and is known for its relatively high alcohol content. It is often enjoyed in social gatherings, celebrations, and traditional events.