If I were going to buy it, I'd probably wind up at Wegmans but I don't think you have those out that way. Maybe online? There's a few websites like teavana out there.
Farmers markets often have loose leaf tea. And I once found it at my local Ingles.
Do you have a Teavana in your area? They have a huge selection of loose leaf tea. http://www.teavana.com/
In India, we get it almost in every other shop. But you have to choose the brand according to quality.
To me Darjeeling tea is the best.
You will get them online...For example
There are many places online, but MixedTea lets you customize your own mix and your own recipe of teas they offer. http://mixedtea.com
Most supermarkets have at least some selections of loose tea. I like Twinnings, myself, and sometimes they have plain old Lipton's in a loose leaf package.
Probably a health food store. I used to go to them a lot.
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