How do you engage drinkers in a fast-moving environment driven by new challenger brands and new liquids, and where Guinness is seen as part of the old-fashioned drinks behaviours and choices?
Our people-first strategy
Through neuroscience-based insight and research on the interplay between the senses we knew how altering one sensory aspect (such as sound) can dramatically alter the perception of flavour.
So, we invited people to open-up their senses to the often-forgotten unique sensory stimulation that Guinness Foreign Extra Stout offers.
Our creative solution
The Flavour Rooms - A multi-sensory playground where people can explore the multi-dimensional flavours of Guinness, engage with parallel experiences and share and amplify the sensory revelations they had with Guinness. Four spaces to bring to life the four senses in a unique space in Lagos, Nigeria
- organic online impressions
- share of voice across Nigeria
Creating a unique sensory experience to amplify the brand
Through neuroscience-based insight & research on the interplay between the senses we knew how altering one sensory aspect can dramatically alter the perception of flavour. We invited people to open-up their senses to the unique sensory stimulation that Guinness FES offers.