The Perfect Coconut Orange Iced Tea

Pouring a refreshing glass of Coconut Orange Iced Tea on a sunlit table, accompanied by sliced oranges and a coconut shell.


Our summers can get pretty toasty in Fremantle. To beat the heat, I have a been making jugs of Coconut Orange Iced Tea.

The blend of sweet orange and coconut, paired with the robust flavour of rooibos is ideal for lazy, sunny afternoons. Whether you're hosting a garden party, looking for a relaxing afternoon drink, or just want to treat yourself, this Coconut Orange Iced Tea is a winner. It's simple to make and tastes delightful.


Love Tea's Coconut Orange Pyramid Tea Bags
Boiling water
Ice (lots of ice)
Fresh fruit (like orange slices or berries)
Sweetener of choice (I like honey, brown sugar is yummy too)


  1. Start by steeping 2-3 pyramid tea bags in 3 cups of boiling water. Let it infuse for about 3-4 minutes, then remove the bag. If you like your tea a bit sweet add a tablespoon or two of honey.
  2. Pop the brewed tea into the fridge to cool it down. This step is crucial for that crisp, refreshing taste.
  3. Once chilled, fill a glass with ice, pour the cooled tea over it, and garnish with fresh fruit slices or berries. A sprig of mint can add a lovely fresh twist. Sit back, relax, and savour your iced tea.

Adding honey to a glass of Coconut Orange Iced Tea, with fresh oranges on a pastel cloth background

An inviting scene with Coconut Orange Iced Tea, fresh oranges on a plate, and a Love Tea box on a pink cloth

A serene outdoor setting featuring a glass of Coconut Orange Iced Tea, a coconut shell, and whole oranges on a pastel tablecloth

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