White Greek Frappé

I was just sitting here enjoying one of my favorite cool coffee drinks and thought I would share with it with you all as well. You can make a black version of this drink by using 20 ml of water instead of milk. However, I prefer the white version much better. In Greece they shake the coffee to froth it and this is also something they did while I was in Malaysia. You can use anything for your shaker but I prefer a good old reliable jar that does not spew my coffee all over me. For my instant coffee choice it would be Nestle Classic but Maxwell House is really nice as well. “Stinygiasou”!

2 teaspoons instant coffee
2 teaspoons sugar

30 ml milk
3 tablespoons boiling water

1. In a jar add coffee, sugar and boiling water. Allow coffee and sugar to dissolve. Add milk and tightly seal on jar lid. Shake until coffee is extremely frothy. Pour into a glass filled with ice.

Yields: 1

8 Responses to White Greek Frappé

  • daphne says:

    super like frappes! I on a high always and enjoyed it a lot. Fun presentation, wanna try=)

  • Amanda says:

    I was just about to make this and found all my instant coffee is missing! Which is strange as I had several cans! Oh well, texted hubby and as want to make this!! I made your iced tea today and we all liked it! I would have never thought to add baking soda! I like my iced tea flavoured with lemon, I wonder if I could add lemon juice to this or with the baking soda I’d get a volcano LOL

    • Noor says:

      Ahh that is weird I wonder what happened to it lol. Yes, the baking soda is a trick I was taught way to late but I guess its better late then never right? Thats so funny about the volcano I never thought of that. I actually hate when people add lemon to my tea I am weird I like to add fresh slices myself after I make sure its sweet enough.

  • Amanda says:

    Mmmmm this was really nice! I added about twice the amount of milk though, it was a little strong so I was glad I did. I think I’ll add a little chocolate syrup next time for an iced mocha!

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