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If you've ever said to yourself, "I'd like to make the club-like excitement of taking pictures, combine with the festival-like fun of inhaling Nitrops "- first, seriously, you may want to take a long, hard look at your life – but second, there's a new Latvian-based company that you will not even judge.
Cloud Buzz describes itself as "the latest trend The beverage market should be designed to consume alcohol." In particular, the brand offers its "shots" in specially designed balloons that are pressurized and premixed with various spirits. "The company continues," you just exhale The balloon and the alcohol will instantly evaporate into a misty cloud that immediately gives you a buzz and at the same time makes an aromatic and pleasant experience for tasting the taste of the drink. Inhalable alcohol is nothing new, many companies have offered alcohol in fog form ̵
filled with a veil of alcohol, meaning guests could easily get drunk with normal breathing, but Cloud Buzz is trying to offer a different kind of novelty where team members can walk around with huge backpacks of misty ghosts and fill individual balloons upon request The results look like something between a bustling Ghostbusters and a slightly more conspicuous version of our above-mentioned nitro trader: On Instagram, the brand boasts that the balloons really are what really sets them apart: "Did you know that Cloud Buzz is the only one? Alcohol mist is served in a specially designed balloon? "The company has booked. (See also: Me went to the wine yoga and got drunk, as I expected)
Cloud Buzz says it will launch a campaign on Indiegogo on Friday, November 23, although what they offer as perks is not yet known. In its current form, Cloud Buzz is referred to as "a team of specially selected, fun individuals who can attend events from bars, clubs, concerts, sporting events, festivals and private events" - these misty drinks are not yet thought out for themselves. But if you want to support the vision of a group of wild Europeans who want to make drunk people with alcohol liquor, you have the chance to give them some money at the end of the week. Maybe you can get a cloud buzz hat from the deal or something? Who knows.
This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com by Mike Pomranz.