Drinking some tea myself right now...I came on here and did a search for "tea-fi" and sure enough...!
I actually just made oolong in what I was pretty close to the Chinese way. I have a yixing clay tea set, with an amazingly tiny tea pot, tiny cups, a bowl for bathing the tea pot in boiling water as the tea steeps, and . The whole process is about keeping the water extremely hot while the tea is steeping. Check out this site if you're interested:http://chineseteas101.com/kungfu_2.htm
I do everything there (except I would like a drip tray!), except I usually just pour the multiple steepings all into one large tea cup. The small cups are great for sharing with friends though! The process is really kind of enjoyable, and watching the steam come off of the clay pot while its in its water bath is pretty calming.
This was the first time I'd made tea this way in months...I can't really drink hot tea until it's autumn, and then it's one of the things that helps me make it through the colder months!
If there's a Team Tea-Fi, can I join??
sells a good variety of teas, in loose leaf and bags. You sometimes see the bag tea for sale in cafes and places like Au Bon Pain (which I still can't pronounce right).