Inhale alcohol at London's quirkiest new pop-up (video)

Alcoholic Architecture will be opening near Borough Market at the end of the month

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Breathe in Your Alcohol at a New London Pop Up

With cafes that only sell cereal, bars where you can watch the circus between drinks, and restaurants that are in complete darkness, London isn't short of quirky attractions to draw in the tourists.

But, an enterprising new company has come up with yet another bizarre and fascinating experience for visitors to the capital to enjoy.

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If you're tired of just drinking your alcohol then this place is made for you.

A food-art collective called Bompas and Parr is the company behind the new pop up, Alcoholic Architecture.

Guests will be able to walk through a cloud of breathable cocktail mist inside the bar.

According to the company's website, there are "powerful humidifiers to super saturate the air"... does that sound slightly odd to you? Us too!

The surreal experience will be found near Borough Market and thanks to its close proximity to one of the oldest Gothic cathedrals in the UK, all the cocktails will be named after spirits created by monks.

But, there's a catch, only 50 people are allowed in at a time and the sessions only last for an hour. So forget any notions of spending a whole evening surrounded by a heavy alcoholic cloud.

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