The boiling fluid that is scarlet with rose streaks. It smells like pinapple, but tastes like cucumber.
The boiling, bubbling potion that is red with yellow specks. It smells like milk and peanuts, but tastes like pinapple.
The boiling, thick draught that is pink with indigo flakes. It smells like nuts and black pepper, but tastes like raspberries and acid.
The brown substance. It smells like blueberries and chocolate, but tastes like apples.
The copper fluid. It smells like butter, but tastes like pears.
The emerald draught with ochre flashes. It smells like vegetables, but tastes like cucumber and peanuts.
The fizzing, reflective potion that is red in color. It smells like acorns, but tastes like pinapple.
The frothing draught that is obsidian in color. It smells like acid and spit, but tastes like acorns.
The frothing mixture that is topaz in color. It smells and tastes like salt.
The glowing, pulsing, chunky tonic that is blue with copper accretions on the side. It smells and tastes like acorns.
The ichorous, viscious substance that is silver in color. It smells like caramel, but tastes like cherries.
The moving, translucent draught that is indigo with amethyst flakes. It smells like walnuts and spice, but tastes like cinnamon and bannanas.
The opalescent fluid that is violet in color. It smells and tastes like chemicals.
The opalescent, oily fluid that is topaz in color. It smells like licorice, but tastes like spit and candy.
The pink liquid. It smells and tastes like fish and mead.
The pulsing, thick fluid that is indigo in color. It smells and tastes like salt water and alchohol.
The slimy draught that is white with beyrl flakes. It smells like cucumber and ginger, but tastes like cantaloupe.
The swirling tonic that is copper in color. It smells and tastes like vegetables and cream.
The swirling, thick liquid that is silver with green specks. It smells and tastes like excrement.
The swirling, viscious substance that is pearl in color. It smells like vanilla, but tastes like bile.
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