Last night in London kilts and headdresses collided as two very distinct worlds united. It’s hard to imagine there has ever been a more amusingly incongruous marriage than Scotland and Brazil. Certainly the marketing minds behind Ballantine’s Brasil have been having fun with the idea. The launch's accompanying cocktail creations include the Highland Samba and the Glen Coco.
Legal drinking age consumers and fans from around the world will get the opportunity to “Ace Rafa” in an online virtual reality video game created by Bacardi.
Fans who successfully ‘ace’ the ten-time Grand Slam winner in the game will go into a free prize draw to win a spot in the grand final.
The finalists will get to meet Rafa Nadal face-to-face in Mallorca, Spain, in 2012 for the chance to try and “ace“ him in-person.
The imagery in the game was shot on location in Nadal’s hometown of Manacor in Mallorca, Spain, where the tennis champion also trains.
Bacardi says that unlike most console and online games, “Ace Rafa” features a real version of Rafael Nadal rather than a computer-generated version of the player