The Archaeologist Gin

To truly go the extra mile in their tribute to the greatest legends in motorcycle history, the premium dry gin known as The Archaeologist is including motorcycle parts in the gin itself. The historic bike parts are cleaned and sealed with a tin alloy to make them safe to mingle with the gin in each bottle. So the 1939 Harley-Davidson Flathead includes actual camshafts from that bike found in the Mexican desert. Other expressions in the line include 1947 screw-nuts from Chile and 1962 Panhead rocker arms from South Korea. Each bottle of gin is then packaged using selected cardboards printed on an original Heidelberg Tiegel printing press from 1931.

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