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Genshin Impact: Spices From the West Event Guide

Cooking up some fabulous dishes.
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Genshin Impact’s newest culinary event has kicked off, allowing you to treat your companions over in your Serenitea Pot to a nice meal and chat. The Spices From the West event features all of your favorite characters in a new slice-of-life fashion, and on top of that, you can gain some great rewards along the way too.

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The event will last until June 7, 03:59 (server time), and you need to be at least Adventure Rank 20 and above to create your seasonings. You will also need to be Adventure Rank 28 or above, and have completed the quest “Idle Teapot Talk” to cook the dishes and invite your companions over for a taste test.

Related: 5 best ways to earn Mora in Genshin Impact

To begin the event, head to Liyue Harbor at the location below and talk to the NPC Nazafarin. She’ll lead you to the start of the event.

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During the Spices of the West event, you can use previously unlocked recipes to create seasonings. Then, you can add these seasonings to “Delicious” dishes to obtain “Fragrant” dishes. Invite your characters from the Serenitea Pot to taste these dishes, and you can also gain some Companionship EXP for it.

(Note: As of this writing, you currently cannot put down furniture or other items into your Serenitea Pot due to ongoing maintenance. If you do not have characters currently placed down in your Serenitea Pot, you won’t be able to utilize this function of the event, unfortunately.)

To begin making seasonings, a needle on a slider will move back and forth. Each recipe has specific instructions, so follow them closely to add the correct ingredients to the pot. When the needle reaches the end of the slider, or if you make a mistake, you’ll lose a life. If you use up all your lives, the cooking session will end in a failure. You can find all the ingredients you need in the wild, in stores, or even at the Bubu Pharmacy in Liyue.

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Here are the rewards you can get, and what you need to do to unlock them:

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New seasoning ingredients are added every day. We’ll update the guide each day with all the ingredients you need to make the seasoning.

Where Earth and Water Meet ingredients

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The first seasoning recipe requires you to find Horsetail, Mint, and Pepper.

Scent of the Pine ingredients

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The second seasoning recipe requires you to find Pinecone, Lotus Head, and Mint.

The Secret of Cool

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The third seasoning recipe requires you to find Snapdragon, Mint, and Salt.

Between the Mountains

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The fourth seasoning recipe requires you to find Violetgrass, Pinecone, and Mint.

The Bitter, Then the Sweet

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The fifth seasoning recipe requires you to find Lotushead, Salt, and Pepper.

Check this guide tomorrow to see which ingredients you’ll need next! That’s all you need to know about the Spices of the West event. Gather all the ingredients you need and get cooking!


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Joshua Chu is a Contributing Writer at Gamepur and is known for fantastic guides on Genshin Impact and Honkai: Star Rail. They cover a variety of interesting tips and tricks to succeed in the games, and how best to tackle each world. Joshua also has writing at Kotaku and PCInvation.