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Simpson and Vail Announces Five New Iced Tea Blends

Monday, May 15th 2017 @ 8:04 AM

Simpson & Vail is excited to offer five new iced teas in 1oz bags. Each bag makes a gallon of delicious iced tea.

This tea line includes: Traditional (a black tea blend), Moroccan Mint (organic green tea and organic spearmint), Lemon Quencher (organic black tea, organic lemon peel and natural lemon flavor), Pomegranate and Orange (organic green tea, organic fruits and natural flavors) and Dragonfruit Fusion (organic rooibos, organic fruits and natural flavors).

These iced tea blends are available in 1oz bags which is enough to make 1 gallon of delicious iced tea.  Each variety is packaged in a kraft brown box, with bright, colorful labels, containing 8 teabags.

These iced teas are hand-blended in-house to ensure the freshest, most aromatic cup of tea and quickly packaged in teabags.  The website, www.svtea.com, contains specific information on each tea, including brewing information, ingredients, and many recipes using their teas & tisanes as ingredients.

Simpson and Vail is the second oldest tea company in the United States. Providing quality loose tea and coffee through their retail store located in Brookfield, CT and online at SVtea.com. They are one of the few purveyors of tea that blends all their teas in house. They also share tea news and recipes at their blog:TheLooseTeaBlog.com

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