Purple tea is a rare tea variety grown in the Mt. Kenya region, derived from a new crossbred variety of the common tea leaf, Camellia sinensis. This new variety of the classic tea plant was only recently developed and is exclusive to Kenya. Unoxidized or non-fermented, like green tea. When no blends nor scents are added the flavor characteristics are sweet and woody. Due to the newest of purple tea (2011) it is believe that caffeine levels in purple tea varies from offering to offering. The range is lower than black and very similar to green and oolong of 35-55 milligrams of caffeine per 6-8oz cup. For more information book a FREE CONSULTATION.