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Grapes are a Cooking ingredient. They can be used on a jug of water to make jug of wine, which grants 200 Cooking experience. Grapes cannot be consumed on their own.

They can be found at two respawning locations: in the Phoenix Gang Hideout (every 43.5 seconds) and in the Cooks' Guild (every 45 seconds). They can also be stolen from wine stalls and bought from the Culinaromancer's chest.

Money making[edit | edit source]

Due to their relatively high value compared to their respawn time, grapes can be an easy and fast way to make money for Free-to-play players, making around 463,760 per hour. Phoenix Gang members can collect them in the Phoenix Gang Hideout for a profit of around 479,751.72 per hour. It is also possible to maximize the farm by hopping between Worlds. Alternatively, players can kill guards and receive them as a drop, earning around 1,101,430 per hour, assuming the Killing guards strategy.

A more active way to make money while collecting Grapes is using another method in conjunction, such as Fletching headless arrows, because Fletching doesn't require banking or a lot of inventory spaces.

Products[edit | edit source]

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Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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Locations[edit | edit source]

Store locations[edit | edit source]

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Item spawns[edit | edit source]

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 27 July 2020 (Update):
    • Magic notepaper now works on grapes.