This Cloud Actually Rains Tequila

Posted: Mar 30 2017, 3:48pm CDT | by , in Latest Science News


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This Cloud Actually Rains Tequila
  • The Impossible is Possible: A Downpour of Liquor from an Artificial Cloud

The impossible has indeed become possible. A downpour of liquor, tequila to be exact, was recently demonstrated to occur from an artificial cloud.

We all know of inventions and discoveries that have made life very comfortable for mankind. Smartphones, automatic flushing toilets and navigation technology are three prime examples of this.

Yet once in a blue moon there comes along an invention that makes everything else fade in comparison. This one we are talking about is for the 24 hour party people. It has been termed a “tequila cloud” according to Designboom.

The Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico and US marketing agency Lapiz came up with a cloud that leads to raindrops of tequila. This was meant to attract tourists to Mexico. Most of the tourists were German.

The booze-saturated cloud was installed at an art gallery in Berlin. It was a reminder that normally the sun is shining in Mexico whereas Germany sees much rainfall.

The timings were matched so that whenever it rained outside the art gallery, the tequila cloud would start its downpour of alcohol too. Yet there is a catch to this. The cloud is not suitable for outdoor display. It remains an artificial invention that can only be simulated in the context of the art gallery.

This cloud is in reality a tequila mist complex that is kept under the delicate wrapping of a plastic container. It helps allow the mist to maintain its cloud-like shape.

Ultrasonic humidifiers were utilized to vibrate the tequila at the exact frequency that would convert alcohol into mist. Then this mist is pumped into the barely visible plastic container. That is when the magic begins.

Once the cloud is formed for all purposes it is ready for demonstration to eager German citizens. Condensation takes place and the onlookers can hold their shot glasses in front of them to catch the raindrops of tequila.

There is even a spout beneath the tequila cloud that allows those who don’t want to get wet to pour themselves the drink from Mexico. While this was all just a promotional stunt to attract tourists to Mexico, the entertainment industry is taking notice of this development.

Maybe the parties of the future will feature such clouds of different forms of liquor that the party-goers can stand under and get soaking wet as well as fill their glasses with and drink up with joy and revelry. It is something that is exciting and exhilarating to the extreme.

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