How Much Caffeine is in Green Tea?
While tea is often consumed for its various benefits (such as its natural antioxidants) it is also loved across the world for its abilitea to give the drinker a nice burst of energy. All non-herbal teas are naturally caffeinated, but the amount of caffeine varies due to a number of factors.
Green Tea is generally considered to be moderately caffeinated, however amount of tea brewed, length of brewing, and how the tea was processed. While many manufacturers provide a specific milligram count for caffeine in their products, Argo Tea does not due to the variability of caffeine from tea to tea and cup to cup. For comparison, black tea has less caffeine than a cup of coffee and green tea has less caffeine than black tea.