To express the idea that 'The Archaeologist Gin' features exceptional craftsmanship, its creators have placed parts of actual motorcycles inside the bottle.
The Archaeologist aims to preserve the essence of old motorcycle parts and have decided to do so through its gin. The parts are cleaned and sealed with a tin alloy before they are placed inside the bottle, generating a strong novelty connection to this product. To further extend this thought, the bottle is packaged in cardboard printed on from a Heidelberg Tiegel printing press from 1931.
With three varieties of gin, each is distinguished by the unique part placed inside the bottle. The Archaeologist Gin uses either 1939 Harley-Davidson Flatheads, 1947 screw-nuts from Chile or 1962 Panhead rocker arms from South Korea. To find these pieces, the founders had to look high and low all over the world to find enough parts to put the gin into production.