The Licoreria Cihuatàn is the first distillery to produce rum of the quality of sugar cane cultivated in El Salvador, where there is a complete control of the production, from the plant until the rum is bottled. The company is connected to the sugar refinery "Ingenio La Cabaña", founded more than a century ago, that has had a fundamental role in the development of the community and culture of the place.
In the name of ties to the ancestral with the land and with the ancient origins, the leaders of the Licoreria Cihuatàn have assumed the commitment to contribute with part of the proceeds arising from the sale of rum to the rebirth of the historic site of Cihuatàn, where searches and excavations are returned for lack of funds.
The rum Chihuatàn, only to be produced in El Salvador, is aged with the system, the Solera, which helps in the evaporation of the distillate and the maturation of each barrel. The barrels used are american oak ex-Bourbon, which ensure an ideal balance between delicate hints of wood and the sweetness of the rum.
The label and the collar of the bottle shows a stylized image of the deity Tlaloc, the bringer of rain and fertility.