Preparation time: 10 minutes
Recently, we wrote about the history and advantages of Frappe, a popular Greek coffee . It is easy to prepare and ideal for hot weather. To prepare it in home conditions, a shaker is enough for a simple jar.
As for the type of coffee, you will easily find a special Nescafé frappé in Greek supermarkets. Being on vacation, you can throw it into a suitcase. If you do not have it, just choose one that has the form of a very fine powder, because it dissolves well in cold water. In our opinion, this coffee is even better than Nescafé frappé .
The following recipe is served on our favorite type of frappe, i.e. sweet with milk. If someone prefers the option without sugar or milk simply skip the ingredient during preparation.
1. Pour coffee, sugar and about 50 ml of water into a shaker / jar and shake vigorously to create a stiff foam.
2. Put ice cubes into a tall glass and then pour over the foam you have just made.
3. Fill the empty shaker / jar with a small amount of cold water. Several times we shake it so as to rinse away the remains of coffee and foam. We pour the contents of the shaker / jar into a glass with foam.
4. The whole is topped up with cold milk, mixed and our frappe is ready to serve.
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