The only bad thing about a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken is that it never lasts long enough. It’s so good it gets devoured before anybody even touches the mashed potatoes. That’s why, 90 years after Colonel Sanders served his first drumstick, people are still going nuts for the secretly seasoned, pressure-fried poultry that rocketed KFC from a roadside restaurant in Corbin, Kentucky, to 23,000 locations around the world.
Honestly, is there anything better than biting into a warm, crispy KFC drumstick after a day at the lake? It fills the chicken-shaped hole in your heart like nothing else. And we wanted to capture that feeling in a product that didn’t disappear into a pile of bones as soon as it’s opened.
Made with 100% real chicken from the Colonel’s original recipe.
Feast your eyes on “Chick-Infinity.” It’s the world’s first everlasting KFC drumstick, and the second edition in the Dixieland Preserves line of bizarro Southern resin encapsulations by Kentucky artist Coleman Larkin
Earlier this year, we teamed up with Coleman to launch Dixieland Preserves, and we crushed the internet with the definitive Kentucky Derby keepsake. Derby Turds, real manure from 1997 Kentucky Derby winner Silver Charm preserved in mason jars, debuted to an audience of millions with features in The New York Post, USA Today, Southern Living, and on and on and on...
Now we’re giving the same immortalizing treatment to Kentucky’s most delicious export.
These golden brown delicacies were hand-breaded and fried according to the Colonel’s original recipe at a KFC in Coal Run, Kentucky. A laborious proprietary process sees that each incomparable drumstick is preserved for eternity in crystal clear epoxy resin inside a 16-ounce mason jar with all the care of a Southern mamaw putting up greasy beans for the winter.
“Think about it,” says Larkin. “I’m a Kentuckian, and every ‘Chick-Infinity’ is a fried chicken leg from a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in Kentucky. Plus it’s in a mason jar. Never before has a product packed so much Southerness into 16 ounces.”
For real, these drumsticks just won’t quit. You’ll want to lick your fingers just from looking at them.
Pick one up for yourself or give one as a gift to the fried chicken fanatic in your life. Surprise dad with his very own “Chick-Infinity” for Father’s Day. Or maybe you know a homesick Southerner somewhere in the world who could use an enduring reminder of the motherland.
Whatever the reason, you gotta grab one of these bad boys before there’s nothing but crumbs left in the bucket.
A limited run of “Chick-Infinity” Dixieland Preserves (Made In Kentucky by Coleman Larkin) will be available on Wednesday, June 19th 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern, just in time for Father's Day. Buy yours today!