Saturday, January 3, 2009

Frappé Coffee Recipes

. Saturday, January 3, 2009

Frappé Coffee is a cold drink is popular in Greece, have referred to as the Greek national drink. Drink this first widely marketed by Nestlé, and to obtain greater success in their home country. Kraft also producing a frappé his own label under Jacobs.

Brief History

coffee frappe Like many other typical drink coffee frappé also made first encounter. In 1957 at the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair, Greek, an employee of Nestlé named Yannis Dristas assigned to introduce new products in the form of instant chocolate drink that way of making whipped with a shaker. Time of rest, Dimitris Vakondios, one of the subordinate Yannis, is not to find the hot water for making instant coffee favorite expression. He decided to use cold water and a shaker with his shake coincidence there. That is the first coffee frappé. In several interviews Vakondios stated that until he still puzzled why one drink can make it so popular in Greece. :-)


Frappé Coffee is divided into 3 based on the level his sweet :

  • frappé glykós, the ratio of sugar: coffee = 2: 1
  • frappé métrios, the ratio of sugar: coffee = 1: 1
  • frappé skétos, without sugar

Frappé coffee can also be presented with milk (a frappé me pitch / frappógalo) or without milk (a frappé horis pitch).

How to produce

The material's and tools needed:

  • shaker or a blender (select one)
  • high glass
  • 2 tsp instant coffee; do not use normal coffee powder, later colic :-)
  • sugar according to taste
  • according to the taste of cold milk
  • ice adequate
  • cold water

Ways of making:

  1. Enter instant coffee, sugar according to taste + 4-5 tablespoons cold water into the shaker / blender.
  2. Closed meeting, and shake for ± 30 seconds when using the shaker, or ± 10 seconds when using a blender until frothy.
  3. Enter the ice adequate to the high glass, and pour the coffee was already shaken pelan2 to the top of the ice.
  4. Add milk according to taste. If you just add a little milk, add more cold water until the foam touches the tip of glass.
  5. Serve with a straw.
In Greek frappé coffee is usually presented with an additional glass of cold water.
For any recipes you can see at cappucino mousses and coffee and palm sugar

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