Has any one ever heard of Oolong Tea and dandelion root tea? And where would I get it?
IMAQT1962 from IL
You can find dandelion tea at www.pennherb.com Many health food stores sell it, too.
You can find oolong at the following: www.englishteastore.com, www.bigelowtea.com www.stashtea.com Oolong can be found in many grocery stores.
www.oolongtea.org has a huge amount of very interesting information on oolong tea, and links. Just make sure you hit the English button (on the right) to enter.
Cantate in Japan
Chinese restaurants carry it, and Asian food stores carry it. It's heavenly!
Oolong Tea is my favorite.I buy at Health Food Stores. I use the tea bags but if you can find the loose tea leaves its more flavorful.
Oolong Tea is a blend between Green Tea and Black Tea.
lihuff @bellsouth. net
Like other folk have said chinese/asian supermarkets and or health food stores or try the online links mentioned. I personally find oolong too bitter so I drink Pu-Erh which is very similar but a milder brew. I have just noticed that Pu-Erh can be obtained from Polish supermarkets as well as my local chinese place.
Hope you get what you looking for regardless and every blessing.
Oolong Tea is all my Mom drinks. She buys it in large bags at an Asian grocery store. You can also ge it online. Here are a few sites:
I don't think anyone mentioned the fact that when you eat in a Chinese restaurant the tea you are served is Oolong Tea, at least that's the case in the Philadelphia area.
Oolong Tea is wonderful, it is sold in most chinese resturants is probable available on line. It has no bitter taste and is very satisfying. Barb, Mi.
avaible in tea bags in Jewel Kroger, trader Jo's
If you go to a grocery store that is well stocked, you'll find oolong tea.
As far as the dandelion tea, try a health food store. Or, even better, grow your own dandelions in a pot and keep it chemical free. Make a tea out of the roots.
I ordered some special dandelion seeds that originate in France and were supposed to make a dandy salad.
I could not get them to grow - but if you look at my lawn, oh my, you'll see quite the opposite (all nuked with spouse's fav chemicals).
Before he bought his fav chemical fertilizer, I bought 2 large bags of corn gluten meal to feed the lawn naturally. Will have to stay 2 steps ahead.
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