Glass stays suspended in midair as you pour liquid into it from a Coke™ soda can!
NEW AND IMPROVED METHOD! This effect has just been re-released, with a TOTALLY DIFFERENT method that is easier to handle and perform!
This is an incredible effect using a real Coke™ can! Start pouring liquid from this can into a glass. As you pour, let go of the glass. The liquid is still pouring from the can into the glass, but the glass is suspended in midair! Wow!
This can is a popular Airborne effect, because Coke™ is such a popular beverage. If you use food coloring in the water you pour from the can, it looks as realistic as real Coke™, without being sticky like real soda would be.
You will need to supply the liquid.
Use water colored with food coloring if you don't want to use real Coke™ because of the sticky sugar in it.
John Styth Pemberton first introduced the refreshing taste of Coca Cola in Atlanta, Georgia in May 1886.The first 12 oz aluminum can was introduced by Royal Crown Cola in 1964. It wasn't until 3 years later that Coke started using the aluminum can. On May 15, 1950,Coca Cola became the first product ever to appear on the cover of Time Magazine.
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