I am just reading an old “Health” magazine and it say that the caffeine count of drinks is as follows:
Energy drinks = 50-500 milligrams of caffeine
Coffee = 80-150 milligrams of caffeine
Tea = 47 milligrams of caffeine
Soda = 35 milligrams of caffeine
I have to respectfully disagree.
Many of Starbucks coffees are over 300 milligrams of caffeine per cup. That is why people love it so much.
As for tea, that depends on how long you leave the bag in the hot water. Generally, if you put the tea bag in and quickly take it out and dump the water, you will get more of the caffeine out. If you leave it in, you will get more.
And some sodas are more than 35 milligrams of caffeine per serving.
So, as much as I generally like “Health” magazine, I have to disagree with this information.