How to make Mocha in Disney Dreamlight Valley
Disney Dreamlight Valley Mocha
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How to make Mocha in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Another recipe in the valley

There are three different kinds of coffee drinks that players can create in Disney Dreamlight Valley. However, out of those three, Mocha is the toughest to create, as it requires the most ingredients.

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Naturally, those ingredients are also not simple to figure out, leaving players in quite the conundrum if they want a new, tasty coffee drink. Luckily, once you know how to get the ingredients for the Mocha, creating it in Disney Dreamlight Valley is not too difficult at all.

If you want to see exactly how you can make a Mocha, check out the guide below.

Making Mocha in Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Make Mocha in Disney Dreamlight Valley - Prima Games

You will need three ingredients to make this three-star beverage in Disney Dreamlight Valley. You can find the exact ingredients you need in the list below.

  • Cocoa Beans
  • Coffee Beans
  • Milk

Coffee Beans will likely be your toughest ingredient to find, as it requires you to collect socks for villagers around several different parts of the map. You need to go to the Peaceful Meadow, Forest of Valor, Dazzle Beach, and other locations to collect these socks, which Stitch has been hiding. Completing this quest will make Stitch a permanent member of the valley.

However, you will then need to raise Stitch’s friendship level to four in order to gain access to coffee bean bushes. These bushes can then be harvested for coffee beans, which you need to create Mocha. Cocoa Beans can be found in the Glade of Trust, which is also where your coffee beans will be located.

Finally, milk can be found at the Chez Remy shop for 230 Star Coins, completing the recipe’s ingredients. Once you have all of these items, combine them at a stove or a cooking station to make a Mocha in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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