Black teas are fully oxidized, a process in which the leaves are exposed to moist, oxygen-rich air and allowed to wither and turn a brownish-black color. Black teas are generally bolder and stronger in flavor and contain the most caffeine of the tea varieties (around 40-70 mg per 8 oz). Black teas also contain compounds and antioxidants that offer a variety of health benefits.

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