|“You know, those who drink this never return.”|
|— Mystake to Wu in "Tick Tock"|
- 1 History
- 2 Appearance
- 3 Abilities
- 4 Preparation
- 5 Visited places
- 6 Appearances
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 References
Garmadon asked for the tea, but later went back on it.
The Ninja are given Traveler's Tea in a teabag to go by Mystake to escape the Colossus and go to the Realm of Oni and Dragons.
The Ninja fight Wu for the Traveler's Tea. However, Wu lies that the tea can work in the Never Realm.
Wu and P.I.X.A.L. use Traveler's Tea to try and create a gateway for the Ninja from the Never-Realm, only to end up accidentally bring back The Preeminent from the Departed Realm.
Tea leaves are yellow-gold petals that grow on trees. After brewing in water, the tea can have different colors. Sometimes it appears as transparent pure boiling water and other times it is purple or blue.
Despite being a tea, no one has ever been seen drinking it. Usually, however, after spilling tea, a portal opens in the same place, which can transport the user to the place he thinks of, although this may not always be the case. The portal can transport the user to any place in Ninjago, but also in the Sixteen Realms, except the Never-Realm.
After the tea leaves are peeled from a special tree, these leaves must be poured into the boiling water in the teapot. After brewing the tea, the tea may or may not pour into the cup.
- Realm of Madness
- Tiger Widow Island
- Ed & Edna's Scrap N Junk
- Realm of Oni and Dragons
- Cloud Kingdom
- Departed Realm
- 7. "Tick Tock"
- 62. "The Last Resort"
- 85. "Firstbourne
- According to Wu, Traveler's Tea that has been grown in Ninjago won't work in the Never-Realm.
- Traveler's Tea comes in two forms: As brewed, or in a teabag to go.
- During the show, there are several ways to open the portal with this tea.
- In "Tick Tock" Mystake says that those who drink this never return, although no one has ever been seen drinking this tea. In the same episode, Wu opens the portal by pouring tea around the fire next to which the portal opens.
- In "The Last Resort", the portal opens when tea is poured from a teapot. The portal opens exactly where the tea was poured.
- In "Big Trouble, Little Ninjago", tea is used only as tea leaves, which are wrapped in a teabag and, when opened, surround everything around, but the portal does not open.
- In "The Kaiju Protocol", tea is poured from a teapot into a cup, and when the user moves the steam from the tea by hand, a portal opens where the steam has moved.
TV series and other media
Food: Cake · Condensed evil · Fortune cookies · Glop · Inky Lemonberry (non-canon) · Mud newt · Ninja chips · Noodles · Pudding · Puffy Potsticker · Seaweed and tofu pancakes · Violet Berry Soup
Food weapons (sets)
Ninjago Wildlife (LEGO.com)