What is a white tea? All teas come from the Camellia sinensis plant. White tea leaves are young leaves and fresh shoots that are dried and unprocessed—minimal processing retains the antioxidants and benefits of white tea.
Does white tea have caffeine? There is a common misconception that white tea caffeine levels are lower than in other teas. All true teas contain the same compounds, and white tea is no exception. Caffeine in tea ranges from 15 to 60 mg, while the average cup of coffee contains almost 100 mg.