Cup of Tea Recipe Guide – Spiritfarer

Making Cups of Tea in Spiritfarer
Cup of Tea
Dish Type Stimulant
Ingredients Tea Leaves
Where to Make Kitchen
Selling Price 400 Glims

A Cup of Tea is a simple stimulant recipe you can make in Spiritfarer. Its only ingredient is 1 bundle of tea leaves.

What You Need

The requirements for this stimulant are pretty simple, and include:

  • The Kitchen
  • Tea Leaves

The kitchen itself is one of the initial buildings you will make in this game, so you should have no problem with this. You can also build more than one kitchen in your ship, should you wish.

Where To Get Tea Leaves

Buying tea seeds in the Hikarishima Lighthouse. / Spiritfarer
Buying tea seeds in the Hikarishima Lighthouse.

To get Tea Leaves, you’ll need to plant some tea seeds and grow them until they can be harvested.

To get your seeds, head to the Hikarashima Lighthouse and visit the Raccoon Shop. You should find tea seeds sold for 150 Glims each, and you can purchase as many as you want.

Note: Every now and then, you can also find some tea seeds in floating crates.

Harvesting tea leaves in the field. / Spiritfarer
Harvesting tea leaves in the field.

Once you have your seeds, plant them in your Field and grow accordingly. If you’re pressed for time, the “Plantasia Fantastica” minigame is useful for speeding up plant growth. Each seed will give you 2 tea leaves every time.

Making a Cup of Tea

Brewing a cup of tea in the kitchen. / Spiritfarer
Brewing a cup of tea in the kitchen.

Take your tea leaves to the kitchen oven to get started.

Confirm how many leaves you want to use, and then wait for a couple of seconds for the tea to be ready. Most stimulants that only take a few seconds to make can also burn much quicker, so keep an eye on the timer.

Once cooked, you can give a Cup of Tea to these spirits:

  • Atul
  • Astrid
  • Stanley
  • Elena

You can also earn some money by selling this stimulant to Raccoon Shops for 400 Glims each.

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