Yes, but not too much. Less than in black or green teas
March 26 2019
Yes, white tea contains some caffeine unless it is labeled "decaffeinated". However, white tea contains less caffeine than green or black tea. Here is the difference between the three varieties of caffeinated tea: "White tea contains the lowest caffeine concentration in brew-form with an average of 20 mg of caffeine per cup. Green tea contains approximately 50% more caffeine than white tea. Black tea contains approximately 150% more caffeine of white tea."