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are all green teas considered decaffeinated - is there a way to tell?
-- regina b oshiro (email@example.com), June 03, 2003
ALL tea from (from the plant botanically known as Camellia sinensis) has some caffeine. Even decaffeinated has a little bit of residual caffeine. But different teas have different amounts. Green (which is unfermented) tea usually has about half the caffeine that most black (fermented) tea does. It's not an additive, it's just naturally part of the plant, but the fermentation concentrates it. Also, as for packaging, (if you're in the US, especially) something that is decaffeinated will almost always announce itself as such. If it doesn't mention anything, then you can assume it's regular, which is to say, with some caffeine.
-- Steena E. Lane (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 25, 2003.
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-- Mr.Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 14, 2004.
is there a way to like... take the caffeine out of tea.
-- shortstop (email@example.com), December 24, 2004.
Yes, buy decaffeinated tea at the store.
-- 2 (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2004.