Caffeine properties in tea June 01 2017

While many types of teas don't contain large quantities of caffeine, black tea is a major exception. Your standard cup of mild-roast coffee will contain around 150 mg. of caffeine in each 8 oz cup, green tea, which has more caffeine than standard tea - has about 3 0 mg of caffeine per 8 oz serving.  Black tea, however, generally has about 65-70 mg of caffeine per 8 oz serving. By drinking a larger glass of black tea, you can account for a similar amount of caffeine each morning.