Single malt urinals? Yes, we're talking about pee whisky
Yes, I said diabetic urine whiskey.
James Gilpin has Type 1 diabetes. His body does not properly produce insulin, and so he uses injections of the chemical to regulate his blood sugar. He also has been researching diabetes for some time, specifically, the large amount of sugar that is passed through the body of a diabetic into his or her urine. He wondered if it was possible to collect resources from our body to put back into items that we use, in this case sugar in the urine and booze, and so he began to collect urine from senior volunteers for his new alcoholic venture.
The sugar he collected from the urine was added to a mash, and then the clear alcohol that came from the fermentation was blended with whiskey flavorings in order to make the finished product. For a look at the finished product, you can visit his project on his alma mater's website, Design Interactions, the Royal College of Art. If one takes the time to consider this entire process, it's quite mobius. If you drink too much, you can get diabetes, and if you get diabetes, you can make more whiskey.
Would you try this whiskey? What would you call it? (Surely, if he made wine, we'd be drinking pee nior.)