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Caffeine at a Glance

"Caffeine at a Glance"

The Facts

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

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

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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.

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

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

 

CAFFEINE COMPARISON
per 8-ounce cup

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Coffee

120-160 milligrams

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Black Tea

40-80 milligrams

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Oolong Tea

20-60 milligrams

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Green Tea

4-20 milligrams

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White Tea

10-40 milligrams

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Rooibos

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.