Get acquainted with the eclectic Panamanian rum scene in the town of Pese. Here, you can take a tour of the oldest sugar mill and alcohol distillery in the country. You can also have a glass of Seco, the famed national alcoholic beverage. Fun fact, this old distillery is also where a rum aged for 100 years is made. Pese is the best place to get a sip of some of the world’s finest rums while learning more about the process of making the sugarcane-based spirit. It will give you a great opportunity to take a closer look at how the advent of rum in Panama impacted multiple communities across the country.
If you’re looking for more activities that celebrate Panama’s diverse culture and unique history, the Cultural Heritage Experience is where you’ll find them.