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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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A Cup of tea is a refreshment which restores 3 Hitpoints and temporarily boosts Attack by 3.

Cup of tea

Players may purchase a Cup of tea for 10 coins each at the tea stall south of the east entrance to Varrock.

Players may also steal from Tea Stalls to obtain a Cup of tea. A Thieving level of 5 is required to steal from Tea Stalls.
A player drinking tea.

Cups of tea respawns south of the herb shop in Taverley and right above the Tea stall in Varrock. When a player drinks a cup of tea, they say the phrase, "Aaah, nothing like a nice cuppa tea!"

This tea can be added to a Tea flask.

You can also make tea at you POH from the kitchen. Search the shelf to obtain a teapot. Then fill the teapot with tea leaves from a larder. Get a kettle from the shelf, fill it with water from the sink, and use it on a stove to get hot water. Then use the kettle on the teapot to get hot tea. Pour into a cup.

Tea made at POH can boost con 1-3 levels depending on the shelf used.

A player stealing a cup of tea from the tea stall in Varrock.

Quest Uses

  • Nettle Tea, a variation of a Cup of tea is also created in Ghosts Ahoy as the Old Crone requires you to make her a cup of nettle tea.

Trivia

  • Sir Galahad is known for handing cups of tea to travelers who give him the pleasure of their conversation. This is one of the easy tasks in the Seers Village Achievement Diary
  • Elsie, on the second storey of the Saradomin church in northeast Varrock, will tell a story if given a cup of tea. This action is one of the Easy Tasks in the Varrock Achievement Diary.
  • Nettle tea and POH Tea has the empty option, but standard tea does not.
  • Due to an update on 9 November 2009, swapping tea around with a full inventory no longer causes cups to be dropped.
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