The amethyst liquid with ivory oddiments. It smells like sugar, but tastes like cherries.
The bubbling potion that is green with violet specks. It smells like cabbage and salt, but tastes like spit.
The bubbling substance that is topaz in color. It smells like herbs, but tastes like black pepper.
The bubbling, reflective, oily liquid that is amber with topaz glows. It smells like carrots and pears, but tastes like butter.
The cerulean elixir with jade flakes. It smells like apples and garlic, but tastes like coffee.
The ebony elixir with pearl globules. It smells like blood and ginger, but tastes like caramel and herbs.
The emerald draught. It smells like ashes, but tastes like chocolate and cream.
The frothing fluid that is yellow with green globules. It smells like cabbage, but tastes like raw meat and peanuts.
The frothing potion that is rose in color. It smells like licorice and wine, but tastes like caramel and spit.
The glowing fluid that is ivory with crimson streaks. It smells like garlic, but tastes like earwax.
The glowing, thick fluid that is ruby in color. It smells like candy and sugar, but tastes like excrement and cantaloupe.
The jade substance. It smells and tastes like black pepper.
The moving, translucent, thin mixture that is emerald with indigo accretions on the bottom. It smells and tastes like raspberries.
The opalescent potion that is red in color. It smells like acorns and fish, but tastes like bile and nuts.
The reflective tonic that is cyan with copper flakes. It smells like carrots, but tastes like fruit.
The slimy mixture that is pearl with ebony bubbles. It smells like peanuts, but tastes like candy.
The steaming mixture that is cerulean in color. It smells and tastes like dirt.
The steaming, fizzing, thin tonic that is emerald with orange accretions on the bottom. It smells like alchohol and blueberries, but tastes like raspberries and spinach.
The topaz potion. It smells like spice, but tastes like bannanas.
The white draught. It smells and tastes like rot and fruit.
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