Video: Calling all petrol heads. Vintage bike builder Ehinger Kraftrad makes the world’s first Dry Gin flavoured with rare Harley Davidson engine parts. Costs over a grand!


1939 Flathead cam gear, found in the Mexican desert. 1947 Knucklehead shaft nuts, found in Chile. 1962 Panhead rocker arm, found in South Korea. Drinkers who fear a metallic taste needn’t worry as Ehinger says all the components are specially cleansed and then sealed in a “tin alloy to make it safe for them to be utilised in a drink.” The parts are then soldered onto a steel structure and encased in a handcrafted bottle.

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