Cup of tea (porcelain)

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Cup of tea
Cup of tea (porcelain).png
Released31 May 2006 (Update)
Quest itemNo
OptionsDrink, Empty
ExamineSome nettle tea in a porcelain cup.
Value10 coins
High alch6 coins
Low alch4 coins
Weight0.15 kg
Advanced data
Item ID7733
Cup of tea (porcelain) detail.png
Cup of tea (porcelain, milky) detail.png

A cup of tea is a drink made in a player-owned house by using a pot of tea on an empty porcelain cup. This requires 20 Cooking and gives 52 experience. The tea gives a 2 level Construction boost when drunk. The following shelves contain empty porcelain cups:

Players can also ask their servant to serve tea, and if the best shelves in your kitchen are one of those, the servant will serve this type of tea.

A bucket of milk can be added to the tea to make a milky cup of tea. This has no effect besides changing the colour of the tea and the message when drunk.

Tea from player-owned houses can not be put into a tea flask. If a player leaves the house in any way, then this item will disappear from their inventory.

Making a cup of tea[edit | edit source]

Making a cup of tea requires level 20 Cooking and gives the player 52 experience. The following furniture must be present in the kitchen: a built stove space, a larder, a shelf, and a built sink space.

  1. Remove a kettle, a teapot and one or more cup from the shelf.
  2. Remove one unit of tea leaves from the larder.
  3. Use the kettle on the built sink space to fill it with water.
  4. Use the full kettle of water on the built stove to bring it to a boil.
  5. Use the tea leaves on the teapot to turn it into a teapot with leaves.
  6. Remove the kettle from the range when the message "The kettle boils." is received.
  7. Use the hot kettle on the teapot with leaves to create four servings of tea. This is the only step that grants cooking experience.
  8. Use the pot of tea on a cup to pour a cup of tea.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The examine text says that this is nettle tea, however no nettles are used to make this cup of tea.