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