Dreams Really Do Come True: A Cloud That Rains Real Tequila

March 29, 2017


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.



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Thanks to Jodie, who agrees if clouds really rained tequila, we'd both live in Seattle.

  • Carter Adams

    Clearly someone owes money to Parks and Recreation.


  • David Bass

    drug problems.

  • Jenness

    I wonder what it smells like? Gotta be pretty intense - not a place you'd go to at lunch. Unless they also sell Fabreeze Ultra or let you just take off all your clothes and lay under it naked for a "tequila infusion skin treatment'

  • MustacheHam

    Cloudy with a 100% chance of tequila.
    Jokes aside this is an interesting method of distributing beverage with additional science.

  • Jeremy Tilton

    When members of the Mexican Tourism Board were told to keep their heads out of the clouds, this was their response.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    my drunken rampage is powered by the cloud

  • PUNX

    is the tequla recycled or is it fresh. I wouldn't want any ones hand junk in my drink

  • TheQiwiMan

    I can see no downside to this.

  • Kazuka Roo

    projectile vomiting

  • Ghost Pirates

    Even if your step dad finds out about it?

  • Kazuka Roo

    what if your step dad is abusive

  • Kaye Ting

    so, everyone running around Germany like its fucking spring break in Cabo. That thing must never stop pouring free booze!

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