caffeine in black tea?


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Re: caffeine in black tea?

Postby Sarai » Aug 6th, '14, 04:11

In basic terms, the average cup of black tea contains about half the caffeine found in a cup of coffee. A standard(8-ounce) cup of coffee contains about 80-100 mg(milligrams) of caffeine whereas a standard cup of black tea should be about 40 mg of caffeine. It should also be noted that black tea contains the most caffeine of all types of tea, and even then does it still have about half as much caffeine as coffee, which certainly says a lot about the caffeine content in coffee verses tea.
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Postby bonescwa » Aug 7th, '14, 12:08

LOL you're on a roll
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Postby Sarai » Aug 7th, '14, 18:30

bonescwa wrote:LOL you're on a roll
Calm down, buddy.
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Postby bonescwa » Aug 7th, '14, 19:34

Hmm I guess that should be noted as well as your so helpfully Googled caffeine trivia in response to a 9 year old thread
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Postby Poseidon » Aug 8th, '14, 08:18

:lol:
bonescwa wrote:Hmm I guess that should be noted as well as your so helpfully Googled caffeine trivia in response to a 9 year old thread
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