These are a couple shots and videos of the Tequila Cloud installed in Berlin, Germany by the Mexican Tourism Board to encourage tired-of-the-rainy-winter Germans to vacation in the land of sun and tequila. The cloud sculpture uses ultrasonic humidifiers to vibrate tequila at a frequency that turns it into a mist, which then cascades out of the cloud and into the mouth or shot glass of anybody waiting below. Trying to get drunk in a hurry and don't have time to stand around collecting tequila mist? No worries, they also installed a tap that pours straight tequila. Now you're talking! And by talking i mean slurring horribly. Jesus, just how much of that tequila did you drink?
Keep going for the video.
Thanks to Jodie, who agrees if clouds really rained tequila, we'd both live in Seattle.