We are often been asked by tea lovers about the caffeine content of tea. Some says that they can’t drink tea with high caffeine content or ask what tea has no caffeine. Teas from Camellia sinensis are all contain caffeine. However, there are also some advanced technologies to remove some caffeine from tea, thus making a kind of Decaffeinated Tea. There is also a type of tea that is completely free of caffeine, such as Herbal Tea and Fruit Tea.
Fermentation is an indispensable process for making some types of tea. Many tea lovers may know that fermented tea, like black tea and pu-erh tea contains higher caffeine than unfermented tea like green tea. In this article, we will further verify this conclusion by analyzing some experimental data.
In our daily life, more and more people love drinking tea, for tea not only has rich and wonderful taste, but also has a beneficial effect on the our body. Tea is good, but is it good that we use tea instead of water or even only drink tea? Let’s analyze this question from the scientific point of view.
Brief introduction of caffeine in tea and its distribution and its effects.
Tea is one of the healthiest and delicious beverages you can have on a daily basis. There are so many different types of teas available and they have varying ranges of caffeine in them. The average caffeine amount in tea can be affected by brewing method, parts of the tea plant, fermentation and roasting process, blends, and of course the kind of tea you are drinking.