The boiling, opalescent potion that is cobolt in color. It smells like bread, but tastes like strawberries and oranges.
The bubbling, thin liquid that is gray in color. It smells and tastes like carrots and rum.
The cerulean liquid. It smells like pine needles and mud, but tastes like vegetables and cherries.
The ebony tonic with copper glows. It smells like ashes and cinnamon, but tastes like acid.
The glowing liquid that is pink in color. It smells like butter, but tastes like bile.
The glowing substance that is silver with brown accretions on the side. It smells like fruit and chocolate, but tastes like excrement.
The glowing, slimy elixir that is ivory with emerald flashes. It smells and tastes like coffee.
The glowing, thin elixir that is blue with vermillion bubbles. It smells like grass and sugar, but tastes like fish.
The glowing, viscious draught that is crimson in color. It smells like caramel, but tastes like oranges and spice.
The indigo substance. It smells and tastes like bread.
The opalescent, slimy mixture that is pearl with ochre specks. It smells like spinach, but tastes like blood.
The purple draught with rose accretions on the bottom. It smells like cinnamon, but tastes like candy and melon.
The rose mixture with ochre flecks. It smells and tastes like lemon.
The silver fluid with white oddiments. It smells like coconut, but tastes like cherries.
The silver mixture with emerald bubbles. It smells like lime, but tastes like wax.
The steaming, slimy tonic that is red with ivory accretions on the side. It smells like bread and peanuts, but tastes like salt.
The swirling draught that is azure in color. It smells like strawberries and bannanas, but tastes like wine and candy.
The swirling fluid that is jade in color. It smells like black pepper, but tastes like acorns.
The translucent, chunky fluid that is gray with jade glows. It smells like melon, but tastes like cabbage and cantaloupe.
The viscious elixir that is ochre with blue flashes. It smells like lettuce and carrots, but tastes like bannanas and black pepper.
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