The name Ron Colon
At the beginning of the 17th century, the Spanish Conquistador Pedro de Alvarado named the recently found province of El Salvador after Jesus Christ, (The Savior
In 1892, the government of President Carlos Ezeta decided to call the Salvadoran peso “Colón” in honour of Christopher Columbus. The Colón remained the motto of El Salvador until 2001, when it was replaced
by the US dollar. We pay tribute to old notes and coins
of ‘Colones’ on our bottle, the label and the unique piece in the cap. This piece is easily removed to be collected.
Salvadorian rum of 6 years old distilled in column, produced by the distillery Licorera Cihuatán.
Jamaican white rum blended in pot-still and column from Worthy Park, Hampden & Monymusk distilleries.
Jamaican rum 3 years old distilled in pot-still produced by the Worthy Park distillery.
All of these rums are aged in their country of origin before assembly
Coffee beans from the El Ciprés region (grown next to the Volcan)
Hand dried bean for 4 weeks to bring the fruity side
Medium roasting giving chocolate, cherry aromas and a slight bitterness
Cold maceration in the Ron Colon for 48 hours to give the coffee time to release its aromas
To be enjoyed on ice as an aperitif or digestive. Ideal in mixology.
coffee infusion brings delicately toasted notes of coffee beans and milk chocolate. The natural grain process enhances fruity flavours and balances with sticky pineapple and fresh banana notes
notes of rich coffee and toasted bread, nutmeg spice. Fresh vanilla and honey bring a sweet note.