Greek Frappe

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Lately, I have been seeing lots of Greek frappe videos popping up on my feed. Maybe it is a sign for me to make some. I am not really a fan of instant coffee, and if I have to choose, I will always choose Little's. Don't worry, it is not an ad. This is a product which I think it is good and you should give it a try.



Anyway, I made 2 versions of Greek frappe. You can check the videos out down below. The key ingredient is cold water; if the water is not cold enuff, the coffee would not foam up. And if it is frothed for too long, the coffee will collapse.


I made this version with milk ice cubes and carbonated water...


Once you keep the 2 things in mind, you will have an excellent cup of frappe. Yes, far better than any overpriced Starbucks frappe. Cheers!


 

Ingredients:

(Serve 1, sadly)

  • Instant Coffee Preferably Little's, 5g

  • Granulated Sugar, 5g

  • Cold Water, 30g + 160g

  • Whole Milk

 

Equipment:

  • Milk Frother / Frother / Cocktail Shaker

 

Directions:

  1. I am using my milk frother.

  2. Add instant coffee, sugar and 30g of cold water into the frother.

  3. Froth until foamy.

  4. *Do not take it too far or it will collapse. You can also use a stick frother or a cocktail shaker.*

  5. Transfer into a serving glass.

  6. Top it up with 160g of cold water and milk.

  7. Serve immediately.

  8. If you wanna be adventurous, you can make some milk ice cubes or try carbonated water.


This?


Or this?

 

Recipe Video:


Greek Frappe Part I


Greek Frappe Part II


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