A Rum born in volcano to make your cocktails great.
It was 1875, when a man in Italy decided it would be a great idea to move to Nicaragua.
And for him, it was! The industrious head of the Pellas family
established a distillery and by 1890, the bottles of his Flor de Caña Rum
appeared on the shelves of Nicaragua. He didn’t wait long to expand to other markets and by 1990s, his family business had the largest reserve
of aged Rums in the world.
The distillery is situated on the sides of San Cristóbal volcano
and the Flor de Caña Rums carry the volcano in their blood.
The volcanic soil is rich in minerals and the climate makes sure the aging produces complex and amazing Spirits. Flor de Caña Rums are matured in white oak barrels that used to hold Bourbon. The result are the lovely amber color and opulent flavors.
Flor de Caña 5 Añejo Clásico
is slightly lighter than the 7 and the nose is classic Flor:
easily recognizable and luxurious aromas of chocolate and toffee. Añejo Clásico was made as a mixer and it makes a wonderful Cuba Libre. It's smooth and delicate
and it gives even more expensive Rums a run for their money.