Simpson and Vail Tea Review part 2

Company Name: SIMPSON AND VAIL part 2 of 2

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Interesting Highlights:

When a tea adds “creme” to the title take note, there is a smoothness that follows.


Green tea,
organic cacao nibs
strawberry fruit pieces


Mild amber liquor with a strong berry scent. I loved this teas creamy fruity flavor that just flowed from the cup to my mouth. It’s a mellow tea with a smooth no aftertaste feel to it and you will enjoy it when you try some as well.

Cost: $7.20 / 4 oz.
Price may vary according to the amount purchased.






Interesting Highlights:

This tea’s scent took me a few tries, I kept saying “I know that scent, what is it, what is it”? My #1 pick!


Organic Green Tea
organic ginger root
organic lemon peel
organic eleuthero root
organic lemongrass
natural lemon flavor.


When reviewing a tea I never look up the tea on the website, I love to try my own senses out when reviewing. I kept smelling and tasting this tea and knew the scent was familiar and it took a bit of time, and then it hit me: “Fruit Loops”! This tea will remind you of the cereal fruit loops. The taste will remind you of it as well also. Lemon/Lime or citrus with no aftertaste or bitterness. Yellow liquor that is sure to please.

Cost: $9.75 / 4 oz tin
Price may vary according to the amount purchased.





Interesting Highlights:

My #3 pick as a favorite out of all 7 teas.


Organic Green Rooibos, flavoring, safflower blossoms, and orange blossoms.


As stated above this tea was my number three pick. , I loved the sweet scent and amber liquor, you can also taste all of these at one time and that is always a sense pleaser: Caramel. Nutty and Buttery all at the same time making this tea smooth and delightful.

Cost: $7.20 / 4 oz
Price may vary according to the amount purchased.






Company highlights, notes and more:

Simpson & Vail, Inc. is an old time tea company and was originally founded as a green coffee merchant in 1904 by Augustus M. Walbridge on Water Street in New York City as Augustus M. Walbridge, Inc.

In 1929, Mr. Walbridge sold the business to Mr. Simpson, the accountant, and
Mr.Lester Vail, the tea taster. Hence, a great business was born.

For years Simpson & Vail, Inc. was located In New York City on Water St., then Front St., then Park Place. Besides the location changes, the business grew and numerous phases occurred. From 1929 to 1962, bulk tea was the only product Simpson & Vail, Inc. carried. In 1962 roasted coffee and teabags were added. Late in 1978, Jim and Joan Harron purchased Simpson & Vail Inc., and in 1979, they added specialty food products and tea accessories as well as expanding the tea and coffee lines.

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These are common instructions for brewing teas, however if the company suggests other brewing I will include it in the review section.

Time and Temperature Guide:

Tea Temperature Minutes
Black 95°C / 205°F 3 – 5
Oolong/White 85°C / 185°F 3 – 4
Green/Yellow 80°C / 176°F 2 – 3
Herbal/Tisanes. 100°C / 212°F 5 – 15
** As always stated by My Tea Vault, we think you should enjoy tea the way you like it, I like mine very strong with no sweetener, these are just guidelines and I suggest you use the guideline then adjust for your own tastes.

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