Tea

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Tea
Tea.png
Vital statistics
Size 1 x 1
Skill(s) Required Plant Lore
Object(s) Required Water (1.0 liters), Teapot; Green Tea Leaves or Black Tea Leaves x2
Produced By Cauldron
Go to Objects
Icon keyboard.pngCraft > Food > Brew tea

Tea is a Drink made from Green Tea Leaves or Black Tea Leaves, which increases stamina, as well as reduces the Food Satiations

How to Acquire

With a Teapot, a boiling Cauldron with at least 1 Liter of water, and two Green Tea Leaves or Black Tea Leaves, open the cauldron's interface and craft the items together to receive 1 Liter of Piping hot Tea
Piping Hot tea lasts for about 1 hour before turning into regular Tea and provides approximatley a 20 quality increase when drunk hot.

How to Use

The proper way to drink tea is to use your Teapot on a Mug and drink from the mug, but tea can be stored in Waterskins, Waterflasks, Buckets, and Barrels
Do note that not drinking out of a proper vessel (in this case the mug) halves the effective quality of your tea

Drinking

  • Quality 10 tea recovers 10% stamina and drains 20% energy per 0.05L sip. Higher quality tea will decrease the energy drain but stamina recovery remains the same at all qualities.
  • This makes high quality tea useful for performing stamina draining tasks without having to eat as much to recover, thus preserving your hunger bonus. Though energy is always shown as a whole number, it is not simply rounded up or down. For example, Q11 tea will alternate between draining 20% and 19% energy at regular intervals. Other drinkable liquids follow the same rules and formula.
  • Energy Drain=
  • Gives energy if Q >20
  • According to that formula initial quality growth is more effective, and it always higher than 10% per 0.05 sip. Naturally stamina regenerate 10% per 10% energy.

Notes

  • There is no difference in the tea created from Green or Black Tea Leaves, however black tea leaves result in higher quality if your herbalist table is higher quality than the leaves being dried (output quality = averaging of inputted leaves and table quality); green tea leaves are a product of being dried once, but black tea leaves are dried two times on the herbalist table and therefore boosted up in quality twice.