The Cocktail

Trick by Gustavo Raley
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The Cocktail

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Trick by Gustavo Raley ($69.95)

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Imagine performing the classic effect, Sands of the Desert with colorful liquids! An original effect that is visual, easy to do and makes a big impact on your audiences.

Click on the video to see this perplexing, audience-pleasing routine.

You show an empty bucket, and three bottles with three different, colored liquids and three empty, transparent cups. Use sodas, juices, or energizer drinks—you choose! Anything bright and colorful.

You pour each liquid, one at a time, into the bucket -- perhaps blue, yellow and finally red.

Next, you swirl the bucket around, mixing all of the liquids into a magical cocktail. Then the magic happens as you take one of the empty plastic cups, dip it into the bucket—and when you lift it out, it’s filled with a blue drink! Take another cup and repeat this puzzling act of prestidigitation... as you extract a yellow drink. Finally, you tip the bucket so your audience can see inside it, as you pour the remaining red liquid, filling the third cup.

The Cocktail is based on a clever idea by Alan Wakeling and perfected by professional magician Gustavo Raley.

  • Instant reset
  • Use any bucket (supply your own)
  • No chemicals, refills or liquid dyes to buy
  • Works with any colorful beverages, soda pop or juices

The Cocktail is an original, colorful routine that is decidedly different, can be performed to music or with patter, and works as well in a nightclub setting as it does at a school or library show for family audiences. If you are looking for an original effect that is highly visual, practical and 100% effective for your magic show, we know you’ll be pleased performing The Cocktail.


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  • 1.

    Glenn asks: Is this simply a DVD that I am getting here?

    • 1. doug answers: not an answer; just that I have the same question
    • 2. Stephen answers: Along with a DVD, you get the special plastic tumblers needed and secret parts that make the trick work. However you will still need to find a magnetic metal container that is big enough to hold everything, which is not as easy as it sounds.
    • 3. Stephen answers: On the metal container, a little ingenuity can easily adapt any container that otherwise fits the bill. I, however, am using a can I obtained in the States from Hobby Lobby that works quite well (1830's medicine show themed). Stephen J.
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  • 2.

    Benjamin asks: I don't know if this question conflicts with rule #1 about methods, but can you really show the bucket empty? Reading you can and seeing him constantly flip the bucket around will not satisfy my idea of freely showing it empty to the audience. I just want to know if you can show them the bucket in the same position as he shows them when he pours the final drink

    • 1. AmazeKids responds: You can only show it empty after pouring the final drink.
    • 2. Benjamin answers: Thank you the answer
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    David asks: What do I get for $69.00? Any "props" or just a DVD? Looks like a great routine.

    • 1. AmazeKids responds: You get the gimmicked glass set and the explanation. You need to supply your own metal wine pail.
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    Tom asks: Can the performer or an audience member take a drink from one of the glasses at the end of the effect? Not seeking exposure or method, so I understand if this cannot be answered. Thank you.

    • 1. AmazeKids responds: Yes, the performer, or an audience member, can take a drink from the glasses.
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