How Much Caffeine is in my Tea Bonbon?
You want to know what's going on caffeine-wise in your Tea Plays tea? Look no further.
All tea normally contains caffeine. The concentration in your cup depends in part on the tea leaves themselves, their variety and how they were processed, and partly on how you infuse your tea. Our Tea Bonbons contain the same amount of tea each time – most of the caffeine content is extracted when you first introduce them to hot water, so if you want a less intense cup then you can set the first infusion aside for later (or freeze it to enjoy an iced tea later on), then brew the second cup for a little longer for flavor.
Overall, Tea Plays Bonbons are perfect if you don't want the jitters, as a cup of Tea Plays will normally contain much less caffeine than coffee, as you can see in the table below.
|PRODUCT||SIZE (ml)||CAFFEINE (mg)|
|TEA||Good Morning||300ml||2.85 mg|
|TEA||After Lunch||300ml||1.53 mg|
|TEA||Sweet Home||300ml||1.72 mg|
|Coffe||Instant Coffe||300ml||92.50 mg|
If you do need to be stimulated, the Dianhong black tea in Good Morning contains the highest level of caffeine, while the ginseng in Brainstorming can give you a ready injection of energy (ginseng is used all over Asia as a safe stimulant and remedy for tiredness). Remember that caffeine in any quantity can act have a powerful effect on your brain and nervous system – so enjoy your high-quality teas responsibly!