Anti-Aging Gin

Drinking alcohol might make the people you're with seem younger, funnier, and more attractive. However, Warner Leisure Hotels has commissioned the first drink that supposedly has an anti-aging effect on the drinker. It's "anti-aging gin," which is being marketed as Anti-Agin.

The gin is described as being "For those that want to do everything they can to stay young, but don’t want to give up alcohol."

The anti-aging effect comes from "classic botanicals known for their rejuvenating properties and combining it with drinkable collagen." It's said to be "the alcoholic equivalent of a facial."

     Posted By: Alex - Thu May 12, 2016
     Category: Inebriation and Intoxicants

If it ain't springing from a fountain then it's just snake oil.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 05/12/16 at 09:25 AM
Yeah, like I'm going to take medical advice from some hotel chain and shell out 50 bucks for a bottle of over flavored gin.
Posted by KDP on 05/12/16 at 09:36 AM
I'd expect "the alcoholic equivalent of a facial" to be a left jab, followed by a right cross.
Posted by Virtual on 05/12/16 at 12:27 PM
I found Anti-Agin at an English site called drinksupermarket, but it was out of stock. However, another gin made with 47 different botanicals called Monkey 47 Gin was available for purchase. The 47 apparently refers to it being 47% alcohol. This store has other oddities, such as Crystal Head Skull Vodka (aka, Dan Aykroyd's Canadian Grain Vodka), which comes in a bottle shaped like its name.
Posted by Fritz G on 05/13/16 at 08:45 AM
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