My daughter and I found this tea while we were searching for a good green tea for her to use to make Kombucha. I haven't tried it myself. Mountain Rose Herbs is a great place to purchase the organic version (from India): http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/tea_bev/tea_greenwhite.html
A succulent tea especially palatable for those that do not enjoy the sharpness typical of green teas. Oolong tea is unique because of its partial fermentation which produces and diverse arrangement of both off-green and black leaves. This tea is beautiful, tasty, full bodied, healthy and with a mildly smooth aftertaste. Highly recommended to those that enjoy the health benefits of green tea but have a hard time with its lingering, semi bitter taste.
CAUTION: Uny says that both green and black teas are high in fluoride due to them absorbing fluoride from the soil (this also applies to the organic version).
I would suggest that you try raspberry tea...hot or cold is great! It tastes very similar to black tea when brewed and is a lot better for you. Dr. Christopher also loved raspberry tea; in his lecture series that I have he says something like, "Whenever you get thirsty...have some raspberry tea!" Herbal Legacy Article / Red Raspberry: http://articles.herballegacy.com/red-raspberry/
You can purchase organic raspberry leaf in bulk at either of these two places:
Mountain Rose Herbs (currently out of stock here) http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/search/search.php?refine=y&keywords=rasp...
Pacific Botanicals http://www.pacificbotanicals.com/store/search.php?mode=search&page=1