Bompas & Parr is an alcoholic architectural display that lets guests walk through alcohol clouds that can be inhaled. This unique weather bar encloses alcoholic vapor into glass boxes so that guests can enter to ingest boozy air.
Each vapor cloud is composed of one part spirit and three parts mixer. To create the clouds, a humidifier is used to super-saturate the air. The way the alcohol is ingested allows it to bypass the liver, which means that guests can consume 40 percent less booze for the same levels of intoxication.
This London England-based adventure is set to open its doors to guests at the end of this month. Although the alcohol clouds are consumed mostly through the nose and mouth it also enters the bloodstream through the eyes. Respiratory scientists and chemists were consulted to ensure safety precautions were taken.
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