Disney Dreamlight Valley Boba Tea | How to Make

Disney Dreamlight Valley Boba Tea - How to Make

Christmas time is right around the corner, and Disney Dreamlight Valley is sure to provide some seasonal cheer! Even in early access, this game is already providing some holiday-ready events for everyone in the community. Some of the more recent recipes provided for Disney Dreamlight Valley players are for Boba Tea. This delicacy comes in a very basic, 2-Star version. But, there are actually several different ways to make better versions of this tea! Let’s go over each of your options.

How to Make Boba Tea in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley Boba Tea

The normal recipe for Boba Tea is simply one Milk and one Sugarcane. This will create a 2-Star version of the drink, a very simple meal that provides a large energy boost and a relatively good profit if sold. However, you can also make four other versions of the tea. The versions are Coconut, Gooseberry, Mint, and Raspberry, which all produce 3-star versions of the original Tea.

The recipes for the alternate versions of the teas are as follows:

  • Boba Tea: Milk and Sugarcane
  • Coconut Boba Tea: Coconut, Milk, and Sugarcane
  • Gooseberry Boba Tea: Gooseberry, Milk, and Sugarcane
  • Mint Boba Tea: Mint, Milk, and Sugarcane
  • Raspberry Boba Tea: Raspberry, Milk, and Sugarcane

We suggest making the original recipe before going to any of the variants. The original will let you use the “Autofill” function to shorten the process just a bit.

Unsurprisingly, the original tea is by far the least expensive, at a mere 323 Star Coins. However, Milk and Sugarcane are relatively cheap, making this fairly profitable. Afterwards, Raspberry is the least profitable at 377. Coconut and Gooseberry, at 406 and 418 respectively, bring up the middle. Finally, the most expensive tea is Mint at 460. Mint is a late-game material, so it makes sense that it provides the most expensive Tea variant. You’ll only really want to sell this one if you have a farm established in the final zone.

All Boba Teas are very efficient for energy. We recommend usually using them for that reason.

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