Lemon sour (beach cocktail)

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Lemon sour (beach cocktail) only appears during events and may not be currently found in game.
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A lemon sour (beach cocktail) is obtained randomly while participating in various Summer Beach Party activities, or from killing Clawdia.

When drunk, it gives a 2–10% experience bonus (depending on how many lemon sours the player has drunk in total; each cocktail increases the bonus by two percentage units) to all support skills for 30 minutes. When participating in the beach activities, the boost is applied twice; once as base experience and once as bonus experience. The boost gets its timer reset back to 30 minutes every time player drinks another lemon sour. The boost does apply during Double XP Weekends.

The boost gained from the cocktail is multiplied by the experience boost of an active Illumination aura, allowing an experience gain of 120%.

The skills that are affected by drinking this are Agility, Dungeoneering, Slayer, and Thieving.

Any remaining cocktails were previously removed from the game on 1 October 2018. They were reintroduced when the Beach returned in 2020.

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  • 12 July 2021 (Update):
    • Beach cocktails now include "(beach cocktail)" in their name.
    • Drinking a cocktail doesn't anymore remove the effects of other cocktails.
    • The accumulated bonus from drinking multiple cocktails never resets.
  • hotfix 27 July 2020 (Update):
    • Sun Cream and Cocktail buffs gained from the Beach should now boost your skills appropriately.