Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

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Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by Artemis » Nov 2nd, '09, 09:38

First it was end of August...
then end of September...
then end of October...

It's November! Is this tea ever coming back?

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by kymidwife » Nov 2nd, '09, 09:42

I went through the same thing last year, dying to try it and waiting seemingly forever for it to come back in stock. Hang in there!

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by GongFu » Jan 4th, '10, 16:42

I think a number of us just ended up blending our own take on Moroccan Mint

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by geeber1 » Jan 4th, '10, 18:59

I just checked Adagio's website and it's only out of stock on the 6 oz. tins. Maybe you could order a different size?

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by cls46 » Jan 6th, '10, 10:43

No! Does that mean they just ran out again? Because I just checked the site and they are out of all sizes now :(

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by geeber1 » Jan 6th, '10, 11:53

Weird, I just checked and it still says all but 6 oz. is in stock.
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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by kymidwife » Jan 6th, '10, 23:27

Might be a regional issue... I had to have a West Coast friend order something that was out of stock on the East Coast, and have it shipped to me. That might answer why something is showing out of stock for one person but not for another?

As for the Casablanca Twist... order a 4 oz. tin of Darjeeling 1 or 2, or Spring Darjeeling, or Nepal 1st flush... and a sample size each of peppermint and spearmint... and blend away. It will be fabulous. :) I love mint with Darjeeling far more than with the traditional gunpowder green found in Morrocan Mint... and that's what Casablanca Twist is... darjeeling and mint. Just play around and find your preferred parameters.

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by bsteele » Jan 6th, '10, 23:46

Hmmm we need another west coaster to test it out...

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by Dresden » Jan 19th, '10, 18:47

While the subject of Casablanca Twist is up can someone tell me why it's listed with the green teas?

Isn't darjeeling considered black?

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by bsteele » Jan 19th, '10, 22:32

Sample, 3oz & 16oz now in stock it seems.
Dresden wrote:While the subject of Casablanca Twist is up can someone tell me why it's listed with the green teas?

Isn't darjeeling considered black?
Good questions. Good question indeed...

Maybe they place it in the green section so people aren't thrown off trying to find it since it's traditionally made with green?

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by Dresden » Jan 20th, '10, 16:55

bsteele wrote:Maybe they place it in the green section so people aren't thrown off trying to find it since it's traditionally made with green?
That would make sense except for one thing. On the tin I got in it has the brewing instructions for a green "180* for 3 minutes".

By the way, I see why it's so popular. The stuff is mmm, mmm good!

(PS: I am also showing all sizes in stock except for 6oz)

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Re: Casablanca twist... habitually out of stock.

by teacast » Jan 30th, '10, 20:29

Awwww man, I feel bad now, I have a tin of it that I haven't even looked at for like a few months. Maybe I'll pick it up again and give it a try!

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