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Caffeine at a Glance

"Caffeine at a Glance"

The Facts


Coffee has more caffeine per 8-ounce cup than even the most highly caffeinated tea.


Premium loose leaf teas deliver less caffeine in your cup than tea bags.


The caffeine in tea does not bind to your system the way coffee and chocolate do, allowing it to move through your body more efficiently.


Caffeine in moderation, defined as 200 milligrams per day, is fine and may even be beneficial.


Caffeine in tea stimulates the digestion, metabolism, kidneys and liver, helping to eliminate toxins from the body.


per 8-ounce cup



120-160 milligrams


Black Tea

40-80 milligrams


Oolong Tea

20-60 milligrams


Green Tea

4-20 milligrams


White Tea

10-40 milligrams



No Caffeine


Helpful Hints to lowering the caffeine in your cup

- Drink Japanese green teas which have minimal caffeine, 4-6 milligrams per cup.
- Reduce the length of time you brew to lessen the caffeine in your cup.