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Cihuatan 12 Y Cinabrio

This is a generous rum in all its dimensions. Even before uncorking the bottle, the rum’s mahogany color with flashes of coppery red captures our attention and invites us to listen to its story. After serving it in a tasting glass, the rum’s aromas begin to whisper the notes of the bourbon barrels where it patiently aged for 12 years. The whisper then turns into a sigh, as its characteristic notes of fresh guarapo and brown sugar begin to surface.

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 Indigo 8 Y - Rum El Salvador

Here is a new vintage of the Cihuatan brand, this young brand that has brought El Salvador into the very select circle of rum regions! Its name: Indigo. A color that enters the composition of the famous "Mayan blue", a beautiful color found in the frescoes of the temples buried in the jungle. The brand Cihuatan pays tribute to the Mayan culture, which is an integral part of the history of El Salvador. Its iconography can be found on the labels that adorn the bottles, such as this one. This cuvée, aged in American oak barrels containing Bourbon, is a blend of different vintages aged at least 8 years. Authenticity is privileged: no additives have been used to modify the overall result.

Cihuatan Sahumerio

Cihuatan Sahumerio is a limited edition rum created as a celebration of love. According to Mayan lore, fire was the symbol of love and the eagle goddess Chantico was its guardian. Thus, every loving home would keep a ‘Sahumerio’, a sacred vessel for fire. These Sahumerios would burn day and night in honor of love.