Mix A Drink is a step in the Windbrew quest in Genshin Impact, which has you making a new beverage for Margaret. In this quest, Margaret will explain the entire process of making a beverage that she wants. The only reason why players are having trouble completing the Windbrew quest in Genshin Impact is it has six steps and you will have to remember each step correctly.
If you are finding it hard to complete the Windbrew quest in Genshin Impact then don’t worry, we have a guide covering every step in the simplest way possible.
How To Mix The Drink in Genshin Impact Windbrew
To Mix the Drink in Genshin Impact Windbrew, you simply need to follow Margaret’s instructions. The first step is to place to the Sweet Flower and then drizzle some milk in it. Then, you will have to add some Windwheel Aster at this point to add flavor.
While giving this instruction, she urges you not to rush mixing it together. Once you complete this step, you will need to wait until the floral fragrance emerges. When this happens, you will have to scatter the Dandelion Seeds in and put some ice cubes atop them and then you will have the special beverage prepared for Margaret.
Making your work a lot easier, we have enlisted all of the six steps in the correct order.
- Place Sweet Flower in.
- Drizzle milk in it.
- Place Windwheel Aster in.
- Wait for a while.
- Place Dandelion Seeds in.
- Place ice cubes in.
Once you are done doing all of these steps in the said order, you will get a bottle of Special Beverage. Once you have got the Special Beverage, you simply need to head over to Margaret and give her the bottle.
When you do this, Margaret will tell you that the drink needs some test testers and will request you to find to look for some. She will not only tell you to find some tester but will also show you a location where you will find them.
That’s everything you need to know about how to Mix the Drink in Genshin Impact Windbrew quest. While you are here, do not miss out on the Ode to Flower and Cloud quest or learn how to get a high score in Bullseye Balloons.