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Monday, October 15, 2007

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caitlyn

Sorry to hear that you are feeling under the weather, Julie. I hope you feel better soon.
I have ordered from Adagio as well. Another shop that I have used is Red Blossom Tea (www.redblossomtea.com). I like their Rose Kuan Yin (under Anxi Oolong teas). I'm looking forward to reading the other online tea shops that people use!

Mindy

I am so sorry that you are feeling this way. Seems to be going around a lot on the blogs. Heres to holding you up!

--Deb

Oh, I'm sorry you're not feeling well! I can give you a whole LIST of tea places--I linked to a specific post of mine from January in my comment--and be sure to read the comments on that post, too. Lots of suggestions!

Lovie

Harney and Sons has THE BEST tea. They are an American company that actually sells to the royal family. How great is that! I love their Irish Breakfast. Just good, straight tea.

Laura from Italy

Sorry to hear you are not feeling well. By the way, I get sinus infections and headaches even without a fever. I take Advil for it. My favourite on line teashop is Whittards of Cheslea, http://www.whittard.com/
They have really good stuff. Try the Morning Reviver if you have the chance. I hope you will get better soon. Take care.

Neveth

I'm an Adagio fan myself, though I do buy some amazing loose tea from a local vendor (not sure if they sell online).

And here's my recipe for a good pick-me-up loose tea: add equal parts fresh peppermint and chamomile teas to your strainer/cup/pot, steep 5 to 7 minutes, drink. Whenever my friends are sick I show up with a collection of homemade teabags of this tea for them. I am told it is amazing with honey, but I am not a sweetener myself.

Ellen

Harney and Sons HANDS DOWN. I'm addicted to green tea with citrus and ginkgo.

bellamoden

I hope you feel better soon! That combination? Just no fun at all. Hugs.

I actually love adagio!

sue

I have only been to the retail store at Mall of America in Minnesota but I see they have an online store too: Teavana
http://www.teavana.com/

Tsoniki

Hope you feel better soon! I'm not a tea drinker too often so can't offer a suggestion, but have heard great things about Adagio!

Kristi aka Fiber Fool

Sorry you're under the weather! Our fav place for ordering tea is The Tea Table (http://www.theteatable.com). They used to be a brick and mortar shop in the downtown area here and then went to Internet only. But, since we're local there are a couple different locations where we can pick up our orders so we don't have to pay both tax and shipping. But they have a nice broad selection and good service.

Tracey

You are so lucky, I miss my herbal tea. Being pregnant, my midwife has told me no herbal teas until after the baby as there isn't enough research on what different herbs do to the baby. *pout* Small price to pay. Drink a cup or two for me.

cyndy

Peets

Joanna

I've had great luck with Stash Tea http://www.stashtea.com. Feel better soon!

Shelley

I like Teavanna tea - especially the STrawberry Kiwi herbal blend and sometimes I mix it with Peach Rooiboos.

Karin

My favorite tea store is:

http://www.teamerchants.com/US/en/Homepage.TG

My favorite tea for fall is Karl-Heinz.

Seanna Lea

I'm here from Claudia's Blog.

I really like Tealuxe (http://www.tealuxe.com/goto/ourteas.html), though I live close enough to just go to one of their shops rather than order online. I love their Victorian Rose Tea. It just smells like an English garden.

I also like Gyoukuro, but it is a strong green tea that can take some getting used to.

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