What is the availability of alcohol for pressurized alcohol stoves in the Caribbean?
I am leaving this fall for a trip to the Caribbean and I would like to keep my pressurized alcohol stove rather than replacing it with LPG at a cost of roughly $1000. I understand the problems and additional expense of pressurized alcohol, but I don't think I would realize the returns on replacing the stove in one year.
How'd I stumble into this thread? I was looking for a bar and you're talking about burning the stuff... Well I'm not sure about you boatpoker... and what are you doing in Cuba are you a rum runner? Can you drink it or just cook with it?