As part of a promotional stunt to attract Germans to Mexico, The Mexico Tourism Board teamed up with creative agency LAPIZ to create a man-made cloud that actually rains tequila.
The cloud uses ultrasonic humidifiers to “vibrate” tequila and transform it into a visible mist that is then filtered into a plastic container where in condenses and falls into glasses waiting below. Amazingly, the structure is also synced with Berlin weather patterns so it rains booze at the same time the city is getting soaked.
The tequila cloud is currently on display at an art gallery in Berlin called Urban Spree where you can partake of its precipitation for free. Something tells me that Germans aren’t going to be the only ones interested in this.