Does tea contain caffeine?

Yes, unless it is decaffeinated or it is a herbal tisane, tea contains caffeine. Health Canada reported that a 6 oz. cup of regular coffee contains about 100mg of caffeine whereas a 6oz. serving of tea contains about 34mg of caffeine. It should be pointed out that a pound of tea contains the same amount of caffeine as a pound of coffee. The difference is that a pound of tea will make about 180 servings whereas a pound if coffee makes about 60 servings. Even though tea and coffee contain the same amounts of caffeine pound for pound, the difference in yield results in a cup of tea having about 1/3 of the amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee.

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Does green tea have less caffeine than black tea?
What does milk do to tea?
Should I drink tea with milk or without milk?
What is the difference between green and black tea?
Why is tea sometimes bitter?
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Why does Caffe Bianchi recommend brewing loose leaf tea in a pot?
How should I store tea?
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