Dish Whiskey Sink Soap

Sep 21, 2016

Category: Gear

So they can make whiskey-flavored BBQ sauce, bacon, and cigars, but they can’t make whiskey sink soap? Hold on there, Accusatory Alex. They can and they just did.

From the creative and testosterone-fueled minds at Archer (the guys behind Hunting Lodge air spray and the like) comes new dish whiskey; 16 ounces of barrel-aged, charcoal-filtered, whiskey-inspired sink soap packaged in a military-issued pilot’s flask. Finally, you have a reason to get excited about washing your dirty mitts. Archer asks “You know how cowboys used whiskey to clean their bullet wounds? Same concept.” While we don’t particularly recall that part of Bonanza, 3:10 to Yuma, or Red Dead Redemption, we’ll certainly take their word for it. $16 gets your hands clean, and your mind on Jack Daniel’s. [Purchase]

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