Do you love gin? Do you love motorcycles?
If the answer’s yes to both, you might want to check out The Archaeologist – the first gin to be mixed together with actual motorbike parts.
It’s the brainchild of Uwe Ehinger, who says that he was ‘infected with the incurable fever of the Harley virus’ at 17.
Whenever he came across rare motorcycle, he preserved its spirit by…dipping its parts in actual spirit.
And low, The Archeologist was born.
I know what you’re thinking – you don’t want a dry gin that tastes like rusty old gear parts.
But the bike parts on display in the bottles have all been cleaned and sealed with tin alloy so that they’re completely sterile before being added. So no taste and no horrible diseases.
The limited edition beverage comes in three varieties: the 1939 Flathead, the 1947 Knuckhead and the 1962 Panhead – bottles of which will set you back up to $1,280 (£990).
So, not cheap but cool nonetheless.