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The origin of Flor de Caña dates back to 1890 at the base of Nicaragua’s most active volcano, the San Cristobal. The fertility of its soil, the volcanic climate to which the barrels are exposed during the aging process and the enriched volcanic water contribute in creating a singularly smooth and deliciously balanced rum.
Flor de Caña is naturally aged in small white oak bourbon barrels sealed with plantain leaves, producing a distinguished and elegant rum with tropical notes. This uninterrupted aging process gives the rum its remarkable amber color and rich flavor without the aid of accelerants, unnatural additives and with zero sugar content.
This is a stunning, 18-year-old brilliant amber ultra-premium rum that is full-bodied, with a rich complexity of flavors and a smooth finish that lingers on the palate. Almost two decades go into its production, and the tradition and artisanal excellence behind it can be savored in every drop. “Among the Finest Products in the World” by the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.