The boiling, bubbling draught that is ochre with cerulean flakes. It smells like acorns, but tastes like cooked meat.
The boiling, pulsing, oily elixir that is pearl in color. It smells and tastes like blood and cucumber.
The cyan substance. It smells and tastes like melon.
The glowing, chunky draught that is silver with amethyst streaks. It smells like black pepper, but tastes like spice and fish.
The gray fluid. It smells and tastes like fish and coffee.
The moving fluid that is orange in color. It smells like cucumber and cabbage, but tastes like melon and spit.
The moving, opalescent, thin substance that is copper in color. It smells and tastes like cantaloupe.
The smoking elixir that is jade with yellow flashes. It smells like cucumber and red pepper, but tastes like walnuts and acid.
The smoking substance that is white in color. It smells and tastes like bile and chocolate.
The smoking, bubbling substance that is ivory in color. It smells and tastes like excrement and vanilla.
The smoking, glowing, viscious elixir that is black with ebony flecks. It smells and tastes like rum.
The smoking, slimy fluid that is violet with indigo bubbles. It smells like raw meat and garlic, but tastes like candy and cabbage.
The smoking, translucent, thin substance that is cyan in color. It smells and tastes like lettuce and peanuts.
The steaming, chunky elixir that is ivory in color. It smells and tastes like acid and fruit.
The steaming, oily potion that is beyrl with ochre flecks. It smells and tastes like honey.
The steaming, reflective, viscious potion that is jade in color. It smells and tastes like apples and spit.
The swirling, thin mixture that is gold in color. It smells like honey, but tastes like wine.
The transparent, watery draught that is jade in color. It smells like coconut, but tastes like earwax.
The vermillion tonic with gray flecks. It smells like cabbage, but tastes like bread.
The watery draught that is green with purple accretions on the side. It smells like caramel and candy, but tastes like tea.
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