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July 28, 2017

OR, NOT

You can now buy bottles of gin with vintage Harley-Davidson parts floating inside the bottles.

(Thanks to Jon Harris)

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Or, you could buy a regular bottle of gin and drink it riding around on your Harley.

The gin should have been called "Hog Heaven."

>He’s even been given the nickname “The Archaelogist” because he travels the world unearthing hard-to-find parts and building bikes at his shop.<

I see this guy everywhere. The grocery market, the car dealer, the car wash, birthday parties, church, He's everywhere. There is not a day that goes by in which I don't see this guy poking around looking for old Harley Parts.

Please, do not drink and ride the motorcycle parts.

If I want vintage H-D parts, I'll just look in my garage.

My bottle was leaking grease. Yup, it's a Harley!

Wouldn't a man's voice sell better?

Masculine feminine.. the reason they ride Harley's is to impress, ain't I right? I don't see any other reason.

Floating?

I can get you a gin bottle filled with the "liquid essence" of an old Harley-Davidson rider. Quantities are limited!

Wait a minute. The parts are "floating in the bottle"? Name a Harley part that floats.

I always wondered how to clean them.

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