Alcohol is for alcoholics.
The world likes to soften up bad things. The world does this by labeling those bad things in kinder, gentler ways. This is the reason why popular culture (such as major media) has quit calling alcohol "alcohol." In the 21st century, "alcohol" has been replaced with "beverage" and "cocktail" and such things.
The term "alcoholic beverage" was more accurate: alcohol is for alcoholics.
An alcoholic beverage named "Oculto" gives honor to the occult. What is the occult? Something that says evil is good. We can get more in-depth about that definition. But essentially, the occult is about wickedness and death.
Notice how beer brewers, winemakers and liquor distillers want to blaspheme the Lord so badly that they are tripping over themselves and each other to do so.
Just ask yourself, Why are so many of their alcoholic beverages named in mockery of Jesus Christ? Why are many of the logos and imagery they use for their products, bent toward death and occultism? What inspires them in that way?
It is not an accident but a plan. It is the spirit that works in the children of disobedience.
Those who hate light, love darkness. Pretty simple stuff.
People who drink alcohol for pleasure, to get drunk, lit, or whatever synonym or slang is out there today, are lovers of darkness. The King James Bible calls people like this "drunkards." This word is politically incorrect. Partly for that reason, we're going to use it plenty.
There is such a thing as the Left Hand Path and the Right Hand Path in the occult. Church of Satan founder, Anton LaVey, attributes the "Left Hand Path" to Satan.
When Anton Szandor LaVey was developing his form of LaVeyan Satanism during the 1960s, he emphasized the rejection of traditional Christian morality and as such labeled his new philosophy to be a form of the Left-Hand Path. In his The Satanic Bible, he wrote that “Satanism is not a white light religion; it is a religion of the flesh, the mundane, the carnal—all of which are ruled by Satan, the personification of the Left Hand Path.”
SOURCE: LaVey, Anton Szandor; “The Satanic Bible,” The Book of Lucifer 3: paragraph 30.