The Lighthouse of The Pacific
Ron Izalco takes you on a journey to the mystic volcanic lands of Central America, widely known as the "Lighthouse of the Pacific". Standing tall at 6,447 feet, Izalco’s volcano and its magnificent fire, guided adventurous sea explorers to safe harbors for 188 years from 1770 until 1958 and then erupted again in 1966.
Beyond its spectacular fireworks, Izalco's molten legacy, combined with the tropical climate of Central America, has resulted in some of the most fruitful and succulent sugarcane fields in the world. Their mineral-rich black soil produces cane of unparalleled quality and taste.
This perfect recipe of mother nature along with the blessing of Mayan gods are very fortunate for us, because only the finest sugarcane can produce the finest rum. Aged to perfection for 10 years with Central American dedication and artisanal distinction, Ron Izalco is the phenomenon, the amber treasure, the connoisseur’s choice and the true essence of Central America.