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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 wrote to McNulty’s to find out more about this blend, which is categorized on their website as only a black tea blend, hoping to gain 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 entering the shop, one’s senses are delighted by the many aromas of coffees and teas from around the world. Sacks of coffee and chests of 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 rich and robust.  It definitely has GUSTO to it to get you going!  A perfect morning tea, this tea would also make a nice pick-me-up 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!