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Caffeine Content of Tea

Caffeine Content of Tea
Updated: Mar. 30th, 2014
How much caffeine is in black, green, or white tea? Learn what determines the caffeine content of different teas, which teas are high and low in caffeine.

Health Benefits of Tea

Health Benefits of Tea
Updated: Mar. 24th, 2014
A brief overview of the health benefits of tea, and exploration of whether certain teas are better for you than others.

Vitamin C Content of Tea

Vitamin C Content of Tea
Updated: Mar. 20th, 2014
Green teas tend to contain small amounts of vitamin C, whereas black teas tend to contain none. Processing and storage can reduce the Vitamin C content of

Styles, Types, & Varieties of Tea

Tea: black, green, oolong, white, Pu-erh, Flavored: Chai, Earl Grey, Jasmine, Herbals: Rooibos, Mate, ...

Osmanthus Tea

Osmanthus Tea
Updated: Apr. 7th, 2014
Osmanthus tea is a scented tea produced by scenting tea leaves with osmanthus blossoms.

Tulsi / Holy Basil Tea

Tulsi / Holy Basil Tea
Updated: Mar. 30th, 2014
Tulsi, also known as holy basil, is a plant used both as a seasoning and to make a spicy herbal tea. Tulsi has a variety of health benefits.

Yerba Maté

Yerba Maté
Updated: Mar. 19th, 2014
Yerba Maté is a type of holly, and one of the few plants outside of tea and coffee to naturally contain caffeine.

Tea Producing Countries and Regions

China: Fujian, Yunnan, Anhui, Zhejiang, India: Darjeeling, Assam, Japan, Ceylon, Taiwan, Kenya, ...

Australia

Australia
Updated: Apr. 16th, 2014
Australia produces some tea in its wetter regions, and also produces a number of herbs important in herbal teas.

Burma (Myanmar)

Burma (Myanmar)
Updated: Apr. 16th, 2014
Burma is a country in Southeast Asia, bordering India, Bangladesh, China, Laos, and Thailand.

Assam, India

Assam, India
Updated: Apr. 16th, 2014
Assam is a lower-altitude region of Northeast India known for producing strong black teas, but also growing other types of tea. The Assamica cultivar, a large-leaf tea plant, is grown in and named after this region.

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