"Dry Gin infused with motorcycle parts - The Archeologist
Uwe Ehinger is obsessed with motorcycles 🏍.
According to his website, he was "infected with an incurable fever: the Harley virus" at the tender age of 17. Ever since, he has been on the hunt for obscure motorcycle parts across the globe, which he uses to construct painfully cool vintage motorcycles. .
In fact, Ehinger is so inspired by motorcycles, that he has begun to infuse gin with vintage Harley Davidson parts. The final product is a gin called The Archaeologist, a nod to vintage-obsessed Ehinger's nickname in the motorcycle industry and is being branded as "the first gin including Harley Davidson's true spirit."
In a promotional video, Archaeologist is described as a line of "dry gin flavored with the spirit of rare, original engine parts of three classic Harley Davidson models: Flathead, Panhead, and Knucklehead," or so a hyper-masculine voice narrates.
To be clear, the motorcycle parts are not part of the distillation process here. Rather, "premium dry gin" is poured over the mechanical parts in custom glass bottles capable of withstanding the inevitable clanking that this product will create. .
It's also worth mentioning that the metal is covered in a thin "food-safe seal" that will presumably prevent the metal—and your insides—from rusting.
Photocredit 📷: @uwe_ehinger