New York’s Best Tea Merchants and Retail Shops

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McNulty’s Tea and Coffee Co. (www.mcnultys.com)
Manhattan (Greenwich Village)

In operation since 1895, McNulty is a great spot to experience the rich history of tea in the U.S. Far from the glossy, modern tea merchants that are making a splash in the city, McNulty’s captures a moment in time that cannot be replicated.

At McNulty’s you will be immersed in the rich scent of tea as you appreciate the tea chests and scales that date back to the shop’s earliest days.

Customers will find flavored and unflavored loose leaf teas and well-known branded teas like Grace Rare Teas, Taylors of Harrogate, and Kusmi.

Open 7 days a week. 109 Christopher St. (212) 242-5351.




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