Fast Five Quiz: Tea and Health

Elwyn C. Cabebe, MD; Helmi L. Lutsep, MD; Yasmine S. Ali, MD, MSCI


August 03, 2022

Black tea is known to have the most caffeine of the various tea types, with as much as 60-90 mg per 8-oz serving. Oolong contains approximately 50-75 mg of caffeine per 8-oz serving. Green tea usually has 35-70 mg per serving, whereas yellow and white teas have the least amount of caffeine at 30-55 mg.

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