Green tea has about a fourth the caffeine of coffee. Black tea has a little more caffeine than green tea, and white tea has a little less.
I hope this helps.
There are many variations of coffee and tea, all of which contain different levels of caffeine. Here's a great website by the mayo clinic if you want to compare the caffeine content (in mg) of specific drinks: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/caffeine/AN01211
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