The history of Coloma rum is closely linked to that of the Constain family. If it was recently conceived thanks to Alberto Constain Cenzano, it all started with his father Alberto Constain Medina in 1959, who became the owner of the family home built at the end of the 19th century in Fusagasuga in the middle of Colombia. A great epicurean, he launched into coffee production. It is also its Coloma brand that will give its name to the hacienda. It was not until 2005, after several attempts at illegal distillation, that the Colombian government relaxed its monopoly on the production of spirits, Don Alberto disappeared but his son Alberto took up the torch. In addition to the coffee liqueur, he creates a rum with the help of the two best Colombian Roneras maestras, Sandra Restegui and Judith Ramirez.