A factory converted into a cocaine laboratory in Bolivia, that could produce up to 100kg (220 lbs) of cocaine per day, was raided by Drug Enforcement officers of the Bolivian government. According to senior Bolivian anti-narcotics officer, Oscar Nina, five Colombians were arrested.
The factory was the 4th largest raided since early 2009. Bolivian Interior Minister Alfredo Rada blames U.S. anti-narcotics officials for not locating the factory, that they estimate has been running for a year.
Previously in 2008, Bolivia booted the DEA from it’s borders and accused Washington with conspiring against the left wing government of President Evo Morales.
As a reward for doing and finding what the DEA could not, the U.S. announced last week that they were cutting trade benefits for Bolivia and reimposing duties on some imported Bolivian goods.Perry
Agwa, a new Bolivian liqueur, brings to you all the charm and blurry memories a bottle of Jagermeister will, but without the black licorice taste and smell (which makes for the foulest-smelling hurls ever).
Some people love Jager, and they will also probably like this prunier, speedier version made from Coca leaf, caffeine and ginseng in a shade of green comparable to Incredible Hulk.
Like most new alcohols, it was created with a page full of drink ideas aimed at making the liqueur a little more palatable and less pruny.
To find and purchase a bottle of the libation locally or via online, click here.
After the jump is a picture of a bottle of Agwa so you know what to look for at BevMo.