We have gathered the very best summer iced tea recipes and basic recipes in one place. The recipes are easy to make at home in the kitchen with this year's summer tea, coconut milk, fruit and berries.

Classic iced tea

You will need:
35 g fruit tea
6 dl boiling water
400 g ice cubes
Press pot
Honey (drizzle-free)

Here's how to do it:
Brew 35 g of tea and 6 dl of water in a press pot and let the tea steep for 8 minutes. When the tea has finished steeping, pour it over 400 g of ice cubes and stir until the ice cubes have dissolved. Serve over two glasses with ice cubes.

Tip: If you want a sweeter iced tea, you can add 1 tablespoon of honey while the tea is brewing.

This is a simple and effective way to make a refreshing summer tea. The tea will keep for three days in the fridge.

Shaken iced tea with strawberries

You will need:
25 g Pear and ginger tea (organic)
3 dl boiling water
200 g ice cubes
2 strawberries, chopped
Shaker/jam jar with lid
Press jug
Garnish (optional)

Here's how to do it:
Brew 25 g of tea and 3 dl of water in a press pot and let the tea steep for 8 minutes. When the tea has finished steeping, pour it over 200 g of ice cubes and stir until the ice cubes have dissolved. Pour the tea into a shaker with the chopped strawberries. Shake everything vigorously for 15 seconds so that the strawberries are crushed. This gives the drink a lovely pink color and a thick foam.

Tip: Feel free to experiment with other fruits or berries. Watermelon also gives a pink color and a fruity and refreshing taste. If you want a fresher drink, you can add a finely sliced slice of cucumber when you shake the tea.

Pink iced tea with coconut milk

You will need:
25 g Pink Grapefruit tea (organic)
3 dl boiling water
200 g ice cubes
3 tbsp coconut milk (light version)
Press pot
Shaker/jam jar with lid

Here's how to do it:
Brew 25 g of tea and 3 dl of water in a press pot and let the tea steep for 8 minutes. When the tea has finished steeping, pour it over 200 g of ice cubes and stir until the ice cubes have dissolved. Stir in 3 tablespoons of coconut milk and pour over two glasses of ice cubes. The coconut milk gives a creamy consistency and a sweet taste that goes well with the pleasant bitterness of the grapefruit tea. You can add more coconut milk here if you wish.

Tip:
For a lovely pink color and a delicate, thick foam, shake the tea and coconut milk with ice cubes for 15 seconds before pouring the drink over a glass of ice cubes.

It is important that you use a light coconut milk as a fattier version will separate and become grainy.

Try your hand at different fruit teas. Peach Dream and Pear and Ginger will make a sweeter version.

Peach and passion fruit iced tea

You will need:
25 g Peach Dream
3 dl boiling water
200 g ice cubes
1 piece passion fruit
Mint (for garnish)
Shaker/jam jar with lid
Press jug
Honey (optional)

Here's how to do it:
Brew 25 g of tea and 3 dl of water in a press pot and let the tea steep for 8 minutes. When the tea has finished steeping, pour it over 200 g of ice cubes and stir until the ice cubes have dissolved. Add the tea to a shaker with about 8 ice cubes and the flesh of a passion fruit. Shake vigorously for 15 seconds and pour everything into two glasses.

For a fresher brew, you can add mint when you shake the tea. If you want a sweeter brew, you can add a little honey or sugar to the tea as it brews. Garnish with mint or any other herb you have available.

Tip: For a richer, sweeter drink, replace the passion fruit with a couple of thinly sliced strawberries and shake with iced tea and ice cubes. This will give a lovely pink color. Garnish with strawberries.

This is a great alternative if you want a non-alcoholic summer drink.