Now inebriation without actually drinking alcohol is possible.
This amazing innovation is being made possible by a company called Alcoholic Architecture that produces vaporized alcohol that lingers in the air. Simply by breathing in the vaporized alcohol in the air you can experience the effects of a strong drink.
Guests are asked to don plastic suits to protect their clothes from the boozy air cloud created by powerful humidifiers – which reduces visibility to less than three feet.
And customers will be cut off after an hour inside – as the alcohol inhaled bypasses the liver, dramatically enhancing its effect.
If you are curious and want to try it for yourself you can visit Bompas and Parr in London. Below is how it is tantalizingly described on their website:
Bompas & Parr’s Alcoholic Architecture is live in Borough Market, featuring a walk-in cloud of breathable cocktail. The installation is an alcoholic weather system for your tongue where meteorology and mixology collide against a canvas of monastic mayhem, referencing the gothic splendour of neighbouring Southwark Cathedral.