This Anti-Aging Gin Is A Great Excuse For A Terrible Pun

This Anti-Aging Gin Is A Great Excuse For A Terrible Pun
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At some point in the future we’ll all be downing rejuvenation pills to stave off the swing of a certain, sharp farming implement. Until then, we’ll have to rely on overpriced moisturisers, demonic deals with Mark Sheppard and this gin, called “Anti-aGin”.

Get it? Great.

Before you ask, yes, this is a real product, though its youth-providing properties are questionable… as you’d expect from a beverage with a name like “Anti-aGin”.

A joint venture by Warner Leisure Hotels in the UK and creative firm Bompas & Parr, the gin is “distilled with pure collagen” and said to contain a “mix of anti-aging botanicals” including juniper, cardamom, chamomile, the tears of orphans and tea tree.

I can’t say imbibing this 40 per cent ABV will help you shed the years, but it should help make those around you appear more attractive.

Apparently it can be purchased from a place call Drink Supermarket for £34.99, though the site appears to have exploded. If you can’t wait for it to come back up, the page is viewable via Google’s search cache.

[Warner Leisure Hotels, via CNET]