When an imbiber is the target of a spell effect because he consumed a potion, is only the imbiber the target of that spell's effect, no matter the spell's usual target entry?
The section on Creating Potions says that
The imbiber of the potion is both the caster and the target. Spells with a range of personal cannot be made into potions.
And the section on Potions it says that
A potion is a magic liquid that produces its effect when imbibed. Potions vary incredibly in appearance. Magic oils are similar to potions, except that oils are applied externally rather than imbibed. A potion or oil can be used only once. It can duplicate the effect of a spell of up to 3rd level that has a casting time of less than 1 minute and targets one or more creatures or objects.
A potion of the 3rd-level Sor/Wiz spell blood scent (created as a 3rd-level spell at caster level 5) has as its Targets
one creature/2 levels, no two of which can be more than 30 ft. apart
Can the imbiber of such a potion affect a another creature in addition to himself with the effect of blood scent? Consider, also, the effects of a potion of moment of greatness (created as a 1st-level spell at caster level 1).