$1,000 Bottle of St-Germain Liquor Includes Singlespeed Bicycle

special edition St-Germain liquor bottle includes singlespeed bicycle and leather top tube carrier

St-Germain, the French liquor that’s marketed in the US, now has a special edition bottle that includes a steel singlespeed bicycle and custom leather top tube bottle carriers.

For the $1,000 price of admission, you get a Hi-Ten steel bike (chromoly downtube) with Michelin World Tour tires, Brooks leather saddle, seat bag and grips, a polished alloy handlebar and brass bell. Of course, you shouldn’t drink and ride, but nothing (as long as you’re 21 years old) says you can’t have a fancy cocktail when you get where you’re going. Details here.

Comments

Xris - 12/26/12 - 8:48pm

That’s not a terrible deal. I’m down.

earlybird - 12/27/12 - 2:00am

These folks don’t know bikes, non-drive side fail.

Andrew - 12/27/12 - 6:33am

If the booze is as bad as their bikes (see Lapierre) I’ll stick with an honest beer.

hooby - 12/27/12 - 11:23am

You Philistines! Cynicism shows your lack of intelligence. That is a class bike, (even if pointed in wrong direction for photo shoot). St. Germain is really for summer time, (here is how you should take it http://www.stgermain.fr/cocktails.php?p=4&r=LaRecolte) but it would pair quite nicely with the bike.

bin judgin - 12/29/12 - 5:17pm

Great with champagne, or gin.

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