Maximum limit on making blends...


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Maximum limit on making blends...

Postby ASUnurse26 » Feb 22nd, '09, 01:33

Sadly, a few weeks ago, I hit the max limit on making signature blends, which is at 25. I can understand why this is, but I love making teas so much. I told myself if I really have some great ideas that I'll create another account just to make more blends, lol. Anyway, I was looking at a person's blends today, wondering why it seemed she has so many. I took a look at her profile and found she has 37 blends. How is this possible? I'm actually really kind of upset about it.
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Postby silvermage2000 » Feb 22nd, '09, 17:20

Hm I am not sure. Thats not fair though. I believe the best thing to do would be to send adagio a email.
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Postby Darth Jeeling » Feb 26th, '09, 18:46

Could be the 25-blend maximum was instituted after she already made 37? You could check how long ago her most recent one was made, or ask around to see whether there was a time before the maximum was instituted.

Bye the way, hi everyone, it's been a looong time since I was last here poking around the TeaChef forum.
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Postby ASUnurse26 » Feb 26th, '09, 19:47

My question was answered via a PM, thank you! Cute name, Darth, lol. :wink:
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Postby kymidwife » Feb 27th, '09, 01:14

ASUnurse26 wrote:My question was answered via a PM, thank you! Cute name, Darth, lol. :wink:


But now you've made us all curious... is the answer top secret?
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Postby ASUnurse26 » Feb 27th, '09, 01:23

I was told that they had a few people making hundreds of blends that weren't actually adding value to the site, so they added a cap on blend making. You can have it removed if you start to go through tea blending withdrawals, like myself. :wink:
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Postby Jasmin » Feb 27th, '09, 08:18

I'm pretty sure I noticed that it's possible to delete blends.
So that would mean that you could raplace those with new ones?
I think that's what I will do anyway. I messed up with 2 of my first blends.
I got confused and thought 'flavor' was just herbal, not black tea. (Even though the pics should have given it away :oops: )
But for me I don't think there will be more than 25 at a time that I want to keep.
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Postby ASUnurse26 » Feb 27th, '09, 14:24

You can delete and edit blends. I've deleted one I wasn't fond of. I still can't stop making them. But it's great, because people are placing orders for my teas! (and so am I, lol)
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