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Gin and Tonic by Colin Rose, Wayne Dobson

(c. 2009) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Effect: A Beautiful Hand Turned Wooden Cup is seen upside down on the Table. The Magician explains that underneath there is a prediction. He produces nine playing cards with names of various drinks written on them… Vodka, Rum, Whiskey, Port etc…

A Spectator is then asked to mix up the cards behind his back and then lay them onto the table in front of him… he turns over a card which says GIN… The Magician then lifts the cup to reveal a miniature bottle of GIN! He then asks what goes with GIN… The spectator says TONIC… and again from under the cup appears a small can of TONIC! Finally the cup is lifted for the third time only to reveal a LEMON!

This is a fabulous routine, immediate registration with the Audience and perfect for Close up and Cabaret… particularly if you are working Hotels and Bars!

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Approx. Price: $120.00 (2009) ***

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1 review for Gin and Tonic by Colin Rose, Wayne Dobson

  1. Amazing Corbin

    Great formal bar effect

    I have had this effect for a few years and I’ve found it’s one of my favorites. The wooden cup is well made, and looks and feels nice. The cards are okay. basically bicycle cards with stickers put on them. The spectator picks a card (force, and you can use any force you want really) and the cup is lifted and set aside to reveal a bottle of gin sitting under it. Then without going to your pocket for a load (ala cups and balls) you immediately lift the cup again to reveal a can of tonic. The method is nice and the bottle is full of gin, the can heavy/weighted and firm. Nothing flimsy. You could end with a pocket load and I’ve often shoved a lime in the cup when the tonic water was revealed. I recommend it for an older audience as no one under 40 I know even knows what gin and tonic is.

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