I don't see anything about stills or distillation equipment.
Makes you wonder about what you are really drinking when you travel
More" tourist absinthe" to be wary of.
Picasso Spirits' manufacturing and distribution of wine, fine liqueurs,
and absinthe is a true Belizean business comprised of locally available
resources, yet the business has a Product Mix to satisfy the most
discerning of Patrons and Wholesale clients of fine spirits the
world-over. A number of the products are routinely taken back to the
United States (particularly the absinthe, which is having a resurgence
after being banned in the USA for most of the last 100 years!). Always
historically popular with the French, Italian and Dutch artists (such as
Pablo Picasso,Toulouse-Lautrec,... 'did Vincent Van Gogh really cut his
ear off from absinthe drinking?). Regardless, the trendy and
best-seller "Green Fairy" absinthe, the "Red Devil" absinthe ('made with
local hibiscus flowers), Limoncello (from local lemons off north
Ambergris Caye), Island Cointreau and Island Grand Marnier (from sour
oranges, 'just as the real brands are made in France), Island Sambuca
(with stars of anise from the local Chinese markets), Hot Damn---the
cinnamon liqueur boasting locally grown habanero peppers, Sea grape wine
sangrias,.... and of course Island Kahlua, made with local rums and
coffee. There is more than enough rice here in Belize.... for Sake as
well, of course! Specialty items like Island Amaretto and Peppermint
Schnapps are holiday seasonal favorites to die for!
Update: the brand is now under new management and intends to rebrand. This thread refers to the previous management and should not be construed as evidence of the business strategy for the new owners