- Caffeine level25 mg
- Caffeine strengthLOW
- Serving size
Jasmine Tea is a popular Chinese tea made by combining jasmine blossoms with green tea leaves.
However, sometimes it is also made with white tea or black tea.
This fusion produces a very aromatic tea, but generally a lower caffeine content because of the jasmine blossoms.
In 2005 The Journal of Food Science tested several brands of Jasmine tea and this is what they discovered as far as caffeine content is concerned per 2 grams of raw tea.
Two grams is what you would typically infuse into 1 cup (240 mls).
|Madys Tea Chinese Jasmine Tea||17 mg|
|Tenfu Tea Jasmine Tea||21 mg|
|Stash Exotica Silver Jasmine||47 mg|
|Stash Jasmine Blossom Green||37.4 mg|
|Ten Ren Tea Jasmine Tea||10.4 mg|
|Midori Tea Organic Jasmine Tea||18 mg|
The caffeine amount listed above is derived by using the average of the data in the table. The caffeine content of Jasmine tea can vary depending of tea quality, steep time, and brand chosen.
Ingredients in Tea (Jasmine)Green Tea, Jasmine Blossoms
Compared to Other Items
Tea (Jasmine) contains 3.12 mg of caffeine per fl oz (10.57 mg per 100 ml). A 8 fl oz cup has a total of 25 mg of caffeine.
Total Caffeine (mg)
SourcesDistribution of Catechins, Theaflavins, Caffeine, and Theobromine in 77 Teas Consumed in the United States Journal of Food Science, Volume 70, Issue 9, November 2005
Other references. Last updated on 2 Mar 2021.
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