Coconut milk

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Coconut milk is a vial of liquid that is used as a base for several high-level Herblore potions. Coconut milk is created by decanting an open coconut into an empty vial, leaving an empty coconut shell.

Similar to a vial of water, coconut milk is the primary ingredient in the creation of unfinished potions and thus cannot be saved by the scroll of cleansing. Players must add a herb and a secondary ingredient to this, as with other potions.

Coconut milk is required to mix Antipoison+, Weapon poison+, Antipoison++, and Weapon poison++.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Coconut milk.png Coconut milk
Herblore-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
1 XP-1 (0.6s) [r 1]11,138
Herblore Herblore level1
P2P icon.png Members only
Coconut (open).pngCoconut (open)19,364[r 2]9,364
Total price9,366
  1. ^ All opened coconuts are processed at the same time.
  2. ^ Coconuts are emptied, leaving a coconut shell.

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 6 July 2020 (Update):
    • A full stop has been added to the end of the examine text for coconut milk.
  • patch 3 June 2019 (Update):
    • Clicking the make option on a vial of coconut milk will now default to make weapon poison rather than more coconut milk.
  • patch 11 September 2017 (Update):
    • A disconnect when trying to place coconut milk into vials with some ingredients stored in a beast of burden has been fixed.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Before an update, if presented to a Tooth Creature, it would refuse to drink coconut milk, despite claiming that "all milk is good". The creature would say it wouldn't drink it because it's "not real milk".