Greek Caffé Frappé

Greek caffé frappé

Temperature

cold

Servings

1

Milk

can be added

How you make Greek Caffé Frappé:

Greek caffé frappé is a iced coffee drink made from instant coffee, water, sugar and milk. The frappé was invented through experimentation by Dimitris Vakondios, a Nescafe representative, in 1957 in Thessaloniki.

Greek caffé frappé is one of the most popular beverages in Greece.

  1. Use a tablespoon for measuring or a scale.
  2. Add 2 tablespoons or 6 grams of soluble coffee (We recommend Nescafé classic (best is the Greek version).
  3. Add 2 tablespoons of sugar or 20 grams.
  4. Add 4 tablespoons of water or 20 grams.
  5. Whisk until stiff foam forms. You can use anything to whisk. Do it by hand or use a machine, everything works.
  6. Put the preferred amount of ice cubes into a cup.
  7. Use a spoon or spatula to put the coffee foam on top of the ice cubes.
  8. Add water. Make sure you pour it along the edge of the glass.
  9. If you like add some milk and sugar.
  10. Finished. Your Greek Caffé Frappé is ready to enjoy.

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