How to Get Carbonated Water in Tower of Fantasy

Why settle for normal water?

Tower of Fantasy Carbonated Water

While adventuring around, completing missions and fighting monsters is satisfying, sometimes it’s nice just to sit back, relax and cook some food. Tower of Fantasy’s cooking system allows you to collect ingredients around the in-game world, bring them to a cooking station and experiment to create new recipes.

Sometimes, you need certain foods to complete missions. One example is Iced Strawberry Soda, which requires strawberries, honey and carbonated water. While you may be familiar with the first two, the last may be challenging to find. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to get carbonated water in Tower of Fantasy.

How to Get Carbonated Water in Tower of Fantasy

Fortunately, acquiring the water is not too complex. You’ll have to visit Food Vendors around the Tower of Fantasy map to get carbonated water. Some vendors include Mrs Taylor from Astra and Harriet in Banges. You’ll have to visit these vendors in their respective regions to access their wares.

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You can purchase up to 99 carbonated water items each day. One water costs 40 Gold, so it’s relatively cheap to buy. You can get more gold from numerous activities in the game, ranging from opening chests, completing missions and purchasing gift packs if you need a little extra.

You can use Carbonated water in multiple recipes in Tower of Fantasy. Below are some of the dishes that require Carbonated Water to create:

  • Thundercloud Blueberry Soda: Small Blueberry Jar x1, Honey x2 and Carbonated Water x1
  • Iced Strawberry Soda: Strawberry x2, Honey x2 and Carbonated Water x1
  • Sweet Pomegranate Juice: Phosphogranate x2, Honey x2 and Carbonated Water x1
  • Honeyed Fruit Juice: Fallen Fruit x2, Honey x1 and Carbonated Water x1
  • Iced Orchid Surprise: Ghost Mushroom x2, Milk x1 and Carbonated Water x1

Tower of Fantasy is available on PC, Android, and iOS devices through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out our guides on How to Get Magcores and How to Get Firecores.

About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.