‘First of all . . . the taste of twilight is not sweet like the afternoon and not bitter like the night. The twilight has the taste of warmth.’ She trickles some flavoring liquid. ‘Then the color . . . not bright like the afternoon. . . the color of twilight is: elegant.’ And then she mixes, drips and trickles some drops of liquid, the liquid of colors. ‘There is something else. . . The twilight has to produce some sensation. Not the happy sensation like the afternoon . . . not the melancholic sensation like the night. The twilight will have the sensation of: PEACE.’ She then drops some liquid of sensation. The mixture causes a tiny explosion; sparks of fire come out of it. Finally, it is done: The Potion of Twilight.