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[quote] On 2012-05-10 22:15, Dr_J_Ayala wrote: @Bill: Thank you! @Randi: Well pointed, but I will clarify my previous post: I am referring to chemicals far more dangerous that diluted ammonia or phenolphthalein. There have been methods in the past that use "semi-caustic" and caustic chemicals to effect, which would give pleasant results in said effects but the risks far outweighed the benefits. [quote] On 2012-05-10 16:17, wmhegbli wrote: ..the person only has to simply raise the glass for a toast, in this action the color changes. [/quote] To give two possible ways of arranging the pour: You can show the one side empty, spin the goblet and pour directly onto the coloring agent to give an immediate change, or you can pour over the edge of the mirror so that it fills both sides simultaneously. In this way, it allows you to show a glass of white wine, then effect the change as Bill described - turning the goblet as you raise it for a toast. [/quote]
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