Chocolatey milk

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Chocolatey milk
Chocolatey milk.png
Released27 August 2002 (Update)
MembersYes
Quest itemNo
Properties
TradeableNo
EquipableNo
StackableNo
EdibleYes
OptionsDrink
DestroyDrop
ExamineMilk with chocolate in it.
Values
Value2 coins
High alch1 coin
Low alch0 coins
Weight2 kg
Advanced data
Item ID1977
Twisted LeagueThis content is present in Twisted League. Yes
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Chocolatey milk (commonly called chocolate milk) is a drink made by using chocolate dust on a bucket of milk. Drinking it heals 4 health.

Use a knife or pestle and mortar on a chocolate bar to make chocolate dust, then add it to a bucket of milk.

No experience is gained when it is made. This, combined with the fact that this item is non-tradeable, may imply that chocolatey milk is a mere novelty item and serves no practical purpose besides feeding your cat or having a drink. Because of this, and the fact that you receive no experience from making it, it is rarely made other than as the base for the hangover cure for quests.

It is used in the Plague City quest and the Skippy and the Mogres miniquest to make Hangover cure by mixing snape grass into it.

Chocolatey Milk is the only food in the dairy category made without a dairy churn.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
Members
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Ticks0 (0s)
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Chocolate dust.pngChocolate dust134
Bucket of milk.pngBucket of milk152
Total Cost86
Chocolatey milk.pngChocolatey milk1N/A

Products[edit | edit source]

ItemMembersSkillsXPMaterials
Hangover cure.pngHangover cure
Member icon.png
  • None
  • None

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
22 March 2006
(update)

The item was graphically updated.

5 July –
19 September 2005

The item was renamed from "Chocolaty milk" to "Chocolatey milk".

Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]

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29 March 2004 ⁠–
22 March 2006
22 March 2006 ⁠–
present