Single Malt Whisky Make From The Urine of Elderly Diabetics

Gilpin Family Whisky

James Gilpin started Gilpin Family Whisky, a project that converts the urine of elderly diabetics into single malt whisky.

Sugar heavy urine excreted by diabetic patients is now being utilized for the fermentation of high-end single malt whisky for export. The Whisky market is growing faster then any other alcoholic beverage worldwide. With a prevalent genetic weakness being exposed in the northern hemisphere leading to a sharp rise in type two diabetes, economists have found a new exportable commodity to exploit and are keento capitalize on this resource quickly.

via Boing Boing