An Dúlamán Santa Ana is the first navy strength gin produced in Ireland. Aged in Rioja wine casks, which impart a slight sweetness and beautiful rose gold hue to the complex maritime notes of An Dúlamán. The name Santa Ana comes from one of the many ill-fated ships of the Spanish Armada, La Duquesa Santa Ana, which ran aground off Loughros Mór near Ardara in Donegal. The commander of this ship was Don Alonso de Leyva, who was a nobleman from the Rioja region of Spain. All 900 men aboard walked 30km from Loughros Mór to Killybegs where they met with another Armada ship, La Girona. This walk is re-enacted each year in Donegal.