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McNulty's Tea & Coffee


Web: www.mcnultys.com
Phone (800) 356-5200
Last Updated: Feb. 12, 2018

About McNulty's Tea & Coffee

McNulty's Tea & Coffee is a tea and coffee company founded in 1895 and located in Greenwich Village, NYC. McNulty's still uses historic bins, chests, and scales to store and handle tea. McNulty's was listed by Zagat in 2008 in the "Bang for Your Buck" category for reasonably-priced stores[1], and was ranked #2 in tea and #1 in coffee in New York in the 2009 survey, and was described as "old-time" and not "trendy".

In 2009, McNulty's announced that they hope to set up online services soon, but they did not launch their online store until late 2013. The company now sells teas online as well.

In addition to selling its own brand of bulk, loose-leaf teas, McNulty's also sells a few other brands of packaged tea imported from Ireland and the UK.

References:

1. ZAGAT'S 2008 NYC GOURMET SHOPPING & ENTERTAINING SURVEY... (Press Release), Jul. 25, 2007, Archived on Archive.org, Aug. 4, 2009.


Physical Locations

McNulty's Tea & Coffee CoNew York, NY

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Chrysanthemum

Style:Chrysanthemum Tea
Region:?????
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose
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Hibiscus

Style:Hibiscus Tea
Region:?????
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose

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Mariko
(58 reviews)
60 / 100
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Sencha Premium Grade

Style: Green Tea – Region: Japan
Oct. 15th, 2014

I hope I'm reviewing the correct tea. The bag has no label, but it tastes like green tea and looks like sencha. This tea was given to me as a gift, so I'm giving the 3/5 score on the value purely as a placeholder.

This tea has a pleasant, smooth flavor, and even though I steeped it for something like 5 minutes it la...

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Alex Zorach
(1387 reviews)
70 / 100
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Bancha

Style: Bancha – Region: Japan
Mar. 11th, 2011

This tea takes on a very different character depending on how much leaf you use and how you brew it. If you break it more weakly, is light, simple, and eminently pleasing, with a fresh, slightly vegetal aroma, and clean taste. Brewing it stronger, it takes on considerable bitterness and a very astringent aftertaste.
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73 / 100
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Chamomile

Style: Pure Chamomile Tea – Region: ?????
Feb. 7th, 2011

Clean tasting: there was little of the muted bitter aftertaste that I often find unpleasant, and little sourness. Slightly crisper than a typical chamomile. Aroma lighter and more floral than usual. Medium strength, perhaps a bit on the weak side.

Very pleasant and I would recommend this among loose chamomile tea...

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Chamomile

Style:Pure Chamomile Tea
Region:?????
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose
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Bancha

Style:Bancha
Region:Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating
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Sencha Premium Grade

Style:Green Tea
Region:Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating

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