Love your Harley Davidson to an extent that you simply eat, sleep and drink your ride? Now, you can literally consume the spirit of Harley Davidson in drinkable form – all thanks to ‘The Archaeologist Gin.’ It is a premium dry gin whose bottles come infused with parts of original Harley engine parts.
From decades, Uwe Ehinger, founder of the world’s first premium dry gin, has been searching and collecting vintage Harley parts. He is also the founder of Ehinger Kraftrad, an internationally renowned manufacturer of custom-made motorbikes in Hamburg, Germany. So, he has been saving the vintage bike parts as core pieces for designing his own models.
To be precise, it contains the given Harley Davidson parts such as 1947 Knucklehead screw nuts from Chile, 1939 Flathead camshafts from Mexican dessert, and 1962 Panhead rocker arms from South Korea – all collected from his expeditions around the world. Ehinger is now paying a tribute to each of these vintage machines in form of this exclusive Gin.
This creative concept is the brainchild of Serviceplan Group and renowned Hamburg designers Studio Oeding. All Harley parts infused in this Gin are thoroughly cleaned and sealed with a tin alloy. So, it’s safe to be soaked in the beverage and consumed after a thrilling ride. They are further soldered onto a steel structure and encased in a handcrafted bottle before being handed out for sale.
Each bottle bears a unique serial number of the engine part along with hand-stamp, hand tag and tamper-proof seal – giving a thrilling touch to the finished look. The exclusive Harley gin will set you back a cool $1000 – as it’s available only in limited numbers on their web page.
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