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Cihuatan 12 Y Cinabrio

The name “Cinabrio” was inspired by the color red, which was crafted by the ancient Maya using the mineral Cinabrio (cinnabar). Red was the symbol of Kinich Ahau, the Mayan god of the sun.
A 12-year-old rum from El Paisnal, El Salvador, aged in American Oak ex-Bourbon barrels, boasts a 40% Alc./Vol. strength in a 70 cl bottle.

Cihuatan 12 Y Cinabrio + 2 Glasses

The name “Cinabrio” was inspired by the color red, which was crafted by the ancient Maya using the mineral Cinabrio (cinnabar). Red was the symbol of Kinich Ahau, the Mayan god of the sun.

A 12-year-old rum from El Paisnal, El Salvador, aged in American Oak ex-Bourbon barrels, boasts a 40% Alc./Vol. strength in a 70 cl bottle.

Cihuatan Alux 15Y Ltd edition

Cihuatán Alux is a limited edition rum inspired by the Mayan Legend of the Aluxes, guardian gods of the land. According to Mayan lore, these gods lived in maize and cacao fields, as these were regarder as the most sacred gifts of the earth. At the beginning of every harvest season, the Maya would hold an enchanting feast full of rich treats of chocolate and corn in gratitude to the Aluxes. Now as our gift for these guardian gods, our Master Blender has crafted this rum with notes of Mayan atole, cashew nuts, ginger, cinnamon sticks, roasted corn and chocolate mousse.

Cihuatan Folklore 17Y - Single Cask Dualidad BarrelA380

Dualidad is the new single barrel by Cihuatan Rum. This single cask has been made specially for Premium Spirits. It is a 17 year old, finished in Mayan Ceiba.
The name “Dualidad” or “duality” in Spanish was inspired by the nuances in flavor profiles of Salvadoran rum, which can be achieved when Cihuatán’s heavy rums meet different styles of barrels, such as virgin oak, Mayan Ceiba, ex-bourbon, ex-cognac, ex-oloroso and ex-rivesaltes.

Cihuatan Folklore 18Y - Single Cask Dualidad Barrel CA4

Dualidad is the new single barrel by Cihuatan Rum. This single cask has been made specially for Premium Spirits. It is a 18 year old, finished in French oak ex-cognac.
The name “Dualidad” or “duality” in Spanish was inspired by the nuances in flavor profiles of Salvadoran rum, which can be achieved when Cihuatán’s heavy rums meet different styles of barrels, such as virgin oak, Mayan Ceiba, ex-bourbon, ex-cognac, ex-oloroso and ex-rivesaltes.

Cihuatan Indigo 8 Y - Rum El Salvador

Cihuatan Indigo, an 8-year-aged rum, matured in ex-Bourbon American white oak barrels. Crafted in San Salvador, El Salvador, it embodies rich flavors and a distinctive heritage

Cihuatan Nantli 20th Anniversary Edition

Discover the limited edition CIHUATAN Nantli 20 Years 2004, an aged rum from El Salvador celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Licorera Cihuatán distillery.

This exceptional nectar is the result of unique craftsmanship and a devoted passion for sugar cane, wrapped in a fascinating Mayan heritage.

Blended and aged for 20 years in virgin oak barrels from the inaugural reserves, this rare and precious rum is available in only 3520 bottles, each numbered by hand.

Cihuatan Sahumerio

The Maya were a close-knit community with a deep appreciation of love and relationships. To attract love, they performed a simple and enchanting ritual: in a Sahumerio, they burned sweets to win the graces of the goddess Chantico. Each treat had a meaning: dried flowers or floral honey for romance, dried fruit for family unity, incense for friendship, cocoa, seeds and butters for protection.

Cihuatan Suerte

Cihuatán Suerte is a limited edition rum inspired by the legend of Muwaan Mat, Mayan god of luck. The Mayan people believed that this god shared the gift of good luck through crystals. To harness it, they would filter water with quartz in a sacred ritual, and then enjoy drinks in enchanting feasts.

Cihuatan Xaman XO

Cihuatan Xaman, hailing from El Paisnal, San Salvador, El Salvador, is a 16-year-old rum with 40% Alc./Vol., aged for 15 years in American Oak ex-Bourbon barrels, then finished in Mayan ceiba barrels for 1 year.

In the heart of every bottle of Cihuatán Xaman lies the Sleeping Woman,Mayan goddess and guardian of the Cihuatán valley.
Legend has it that under the veil of night, the Sleeping Woman would look for the brightest star in the sky. This was Xaman,god of the North Star.