The bubbling substance that is ivory with indigo flecks. It smells and tastes like cream.
The bubbling, translucent liquid that is pink with yellow streaks. It smells like carrots, but tastes like wine and peanuts.
The cerulean draught with cobolt flashes. It smells like cream and beer, but tastes like peach.
The chunky liquid that is black with rose globules. It smells like nuts and pumpkin, but tastes like walnuts and sugar.
The chunky mixture that is cerulean in color. It smells like pumpkin, but tastes like pears and acorns.
The fizzing substance that is rose in color. It smells like vanilla and walnuts, but tastes like cherries.
The fizzing, thick mixture that is topaz in color. It smells like pine needles, but tastes like bile and ashes.
The fizzing, watery liquid that is silver in color. It smells and tastes like acid and bread.
The frothing, metallic, thick potion that is black in color. It smells like lettuce, but tastes like cucumber.
The glowing tonic that is cerulean with vermillion flecks. It smells and tastes like urine.
The glowing, reflective, chunky elixir that is azure in color. It smells and tastes like blueberries.
The glowing, translucent substance that is pink in color. It smells like fruit, but tastes like peach and green pepper.
The indigo elixir with copper accretions on the bottom. It smells like candy and pinapple, but tastes like fruit and herbs.
The moving, metallic, slimy fluid that is silver in color. It smells like cherries, but tastes like garlic and acid.
The pink mixture. It smells like bile, but tastes like candy.
The pulsing, thin elixir that is green in color. It smells and tastes like green pepper and rum.
The rose mixture with ebony oddiments. It smells like wax, but tastes like cinnamon.
The smoking liquid that is brown in color. It smells like lettuce, but tastes like ginger and strawberries.
The steaming, opalescent, watery substance that is amber with cyan oddiments. It smells like lettuce, but tastes like cinnamon and acorns.
The thin liquid that is rose in color. It smells like cantaloupe, but tastes like bread.
comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by