Cihuatan Indigo is a rum crafted as a homage to Tlaloc the Mayan God of rain. Legend has it that the sleeping woman, guardian goddess of the Cihuatan valley would intercede on behalf of the people of Cihuatan so that Tlaloc would make the valley bloom. The name "Indigo" was inspired by the color blue, which was crafted by the ancient Maya using the Indigo flower (anil). Blue is a symbol of El Salvador and also the color of Tlaloc, Mayan god of rain.
Aromas of vanilla and cappuccino. The palate is host to a packed bill of flavours, from dark chocolate, lemongrass, with hazelnuts to artisanal Dulce de Leche - divine!
Aged in American Oak ex-Bourbon barrels for 8 years in El Paisnal, San Salvador, El Salvador.