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McNulty’s Special Mixed Blend from McNulty’s Tea & Coffee

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black, Oolong & Green Teas Where to Buy:  McNulty’s Tea & Coffee Tea Description: Our Special Mixed Tea is a blend of Formosa Oolong, Japanese Sencha, and China Black. This formula has been with the store since the 1940’s. Taster’s Review: When I first received this tea, I was a bit unsure about its contents.  The tea looked black, but it smelled a bit like Oolong and green tea.  So, I Read More

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Ceylon Dimbula from McNulty’s Tea and Coffee

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy:  McNulty’s Tea and Coffee About McNulty’s: Since 1895, McNulty’s has been this country’s leading purveyor of choice coffees and rare teas. Our tradition of careful selection of only the finest is still true today. A visit to our store is like a journey into another age. Located in the heart of New York’s Greenwich Village, the aura of a century long gone is timelessly preserved. Immediately upon Read More

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Java Santosa from McNulty’s

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy:  McNulty’s Company Description: I was not able to locate a description of this tea on McNulty’s website. Taster’s Review: This black tea is a single estate tea from the Santosa estate in Java (an island in Indonesia).  Having tried only a few teas from Indonesia but quite enjoying those that I have tried, I always welcome the opportunity to try more. The flavor of this tea is Read More

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Java Santosa Tea from McNulty’s

McNulty’s is just one of those places I want to visit before I expire. I mean, the history in the store, itself is amazing! It really is a historical place! The consistent years of business, operation, service to NYC as well as the Tea and Coffee Lovers of the world…it truly amazes me and I appreciate those businesses who have been around for a long time – plugging along thru good times and not-so-good times. They have seen it all since 1895, you know? WOW! What a treasure NYC has in McNulty’s!