A Harley Davidson Enthusiast Has Created The World’s First Gin From Famous Motorcycle Parts

Nor the Gin Tonic has become the fashionable drink, and every time we can see more elaborate cocktails and with ingredients that years ago were unthinkable.

If you thought you had seen it all in gins, The Archeologist would make you ask yourself this again with his latest creation, a gin with Harley Davidson parts inside.

This ingenious idea became a reality after Uwe Ehinger decided to open a motorcycle restoration workshop in Hamburg. As a result, three bottles of this gin have gone on sale, differentiated by the type of engine used by each piece of Harley in the bottle.

The creators of this gin highlight their artisan production process; in addition, they explain in each bottle where the pieces used to come from.

The names of the three types are Flathead (1939), Knucklehead (1947), and Panhead (1962).

The price of this very special gin is around € 1,100 per bottle, a price that is at the level of very few.

Harley, on its 110th anniversary, brings together thousands of enthusiasts of the brand in Rome.

Harley-Davidson made Rome the European capital on its 110th Anniversary. Thousands of enthusiasts and friends of the American brand met in the Eternal City between June 13 and 16 to celebrate more than one hundred years of the company, enjoying the wide range of activities that took place in different parts of Rome.

The most outstanding activities of the event were, on the one hand, the massive Harley-Davidson parade through the streets of Rome, from Port of Ostia, passing through such emblematic places as the Coliseum, and on the other hand, the Custom Bike Show in the Foro Italico, the customization contest that featured large participation of custom motorcycles with the most original and extravagant designs.

The Harley Village, located in the Port of Ostia, hosted musical and entertainment performances, such as the Demo Rides (Harley-Davidson motorcycle tests), the Guided Routes, the Jumpstart (a real Harley® on rollers that allows you to experience the sensation of starting it and changing gears as if you were driving), Harley-Davidson exhibitions, merchandising boutiques, among many other things.

One of the most emblematic moments, which put the finishing touch to the four days of this European celebration of the 110th Anniversary, was the blessing of Pope Francis to nearly a thousand Harley-Davidsons last Sunday, June 16, in St. Peter’s Square.

The city of the Vatican. In addition, a few days before, the American company presented the Freedom Jacket to the pontiff, who listened with curiosity to the story of this jacket and her travels around the world.

Our commitment is to offer our customers once-in-a-lifetime experiences that hardly any other brands can provide, ” says Mark-Hans Richer, Chief Marketing Officer, Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Who adds that “getting Pope Francis to bless our motorcycles and their owners fulfills our promise to ensure unforgettable experiences.”

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