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Caffeine content in tea depends on the cultivar, method of cultivation, and age of the leaves (shade-grown buds and young leaves having the most), but not the general type (black/green) of the tea. Black tea is withered/oxidized before being dried, whereas green tea is usually roasted (for Chinese tea) or steamed (Japanese). This processing does not ...


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I always assummed something a bit the oppsite of MandoMando; When pouring tea into milk, when only a bit of tea has entered the cup, the milk/tea ratio are similar, so the tea can only heat the milk up a bit, then more tea being added brings the temperature up. Dumping the milk in hot tea moves the milk immediately into a large vessel of hot tea, heating ...


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Green tea contains caffeine naturally. Here is a reference for general amounts in beverages Mayoclinic Nutrition. As Memj said, Decaf products are generally labeled as such. From the Pickwick.nl using Google translate: Have you ever heard of theine? That's just another name for caffeine in black, green and white tea. But how much caffeine now ...



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