Remains of wallwork from the possible distillery were identified by the Archaeological Working Group in 2011
Although there are no physical remains of the activities that took place in 1795 in today’s Hòfi Mango, it is an important historical site for the people of Curaçao.
The distillery was broken open to make the rum soldier and the awa di huramentu may have taken place here. Such a ritual would not have taken place in the presence or in sight of the plantation owner. A location near the fields, the distillery and the courtyard is quite possible.
This place is indicated on the NAME heritage list as places of remembrance and will eventually be included in the national list