Named after famed jockey Irineo Leguizamo, Legui, or Caña Legui, was introduced in the early 1920s in San Juan, Argentina if my research is correct – there seems to be limited information about its history.
The colour is like pale brass. Its aroma and flavour are something truly unique. Someone described it as reminding them of cream soda which is a perfect descriptor. It really does smell and taste like an alcoholic version of cream soda; vanilla, cream and lime juice providing the primary flavourings. The combination works.