Bikers have a sort of unshakeable bound with their motorcycles. There's one fanatic in Germany that's taking his appreciation of Harley-Davidson to the next level.

Uwe Ehinger started making gin that's infused with vintage motorcycle parts. He's spent most of his life digging through scrapyards and sales to find the parts he needs.

His three gins include Flathead, Panhead, and Knucklehead. Each liquor has an engine part from a Harley soaking inside a custom glass bottle.

Be ready to pony up some cash though, each bottle goes for between $1,000 and $1,300.

Read more at The Archaeologist.