She is an Osha closely associated with Iku, the divinity of death. She favors storms, strong or gale-force winds and the sparks. Oya symbolizes the violent and impetuous nature. She lives in the door of the cemeteries and represents the intensity of the gloomy feelings, the world of the dead. In nature she is symbolized by the spark. Along with Elegua, Orula and Obatalá dominates the four winds. Oya is called with the sound of flamboyant pod.
Tales of the Cocktail kicks off today, and although I couldn't be there in person (I sadly had a work conflict), I feel like I'm still there in spirit! And this handy dandy illustrated guide to 30 cocktails, from Food Republic , will certainly help us