Juice Pop

Trick by Scott Alexander
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Juice Pop

250.00 usd

Trick by Scott Alexander ($250.00)

In stock - very few available. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
Juice Pop - magic

A wonderfully innovative new take on the classic Spike Through Balloon from the creative mind of Scott Alexander. This super clever method is sure to fool even magicians that are familiar with the original routine!

Juice Pop is a remarkably fun and charming routine the will keep your audience thoroughly entertained with a delightful tale of how you used to create magic with everyday objects you found around the house.

To begin, you use an empty can to magically transform water into orange juice. Then, with this same can, and a nail from your dad's tool box, you are able to create the illusion that the nail completely penetrates a long balloon inflated through the can. Despite being skewered by the sharp and solid nail, the balloon simply does not pop.

But, Juice Pop doesn't end there!

The nail is removed and a twisty tube is placed through the nail hole. You then toast the audience and proceed to drink the glass of orange juice right through the balloon. The audience smiles in amazement as they see the liquid level in the glass get lower and lower, as the juice swirls through the straw. You then remove the straw and, as a grand climax, burst the balloon with the nail. This leads to an explosion of confetti that creates a surprising and dynamic ending.

Juice Pop is explained in precise detail in the included instructional video, including how to perform this in person or during your Zoom magic shows.

 

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  • Jared asks: The photo for this trick shows a big orange, a big straw, and a glass of orange juice. All very relatable items that seemed enticing. But it appears from the video that none of those things are involved in this trick -- true?

    • 1. David answers: The video is a bit confusing as to the presentation of the actual effect. From what I can see, the straw and the glass of orange juice are used as part of the effect. (a big orange does not appear to be used in the routine.) As I understand it from the written description and the very short snippets of the routine that are shown in the promotional video, you show a small juice glass (more of a shot glass from the looks of it on the video) and an empty Minute Maid orange juice can. You put the Minute Maid juice can over the small juice glass. When you lift the juice can the glass is now seen to be full of orange juice instead of water. (Or it may be that you pour the water from the juice glass into the Minute Maid can and when you pour it out again it has turned to orange juice ? Difficult to tell exactly what is happening because of the fast cuts in the video.) Next , you inflate a long balloon inside the empty Minute Maid orange juice can. Then you stick a large nail through the side of the orange juice can and through the balloon , penetrating the balloon with the nail without popping the balloon. The nail is removed and a straw is placed through the nail hole (through the balloon) . You then toast the audience and proceed to drink the glass of orange juice right through the balloon. You then remove the straw and use the nail to pop the balloon, which explodes with a shower of confetti. (this appears to be optional, because in a few shots on the video he pops the balloon with no confetti, but in one shot there is confetti when the balloon pops) The effect is based on Andre Kole's classic Spikes Thru Balloon , with this routine developed by Scott Alexander.
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