Greek Frappé Coffee

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Frappé drinking is a must in Greece. If you are planning to visit Greece on the summer do not hesitate to order in a cafeteria a frappé. To order it, just ask for a frappé glykos or metrios or sketos (sweet or medium or with no sugar) me gala or xwris gala (with milk or without milk).


  • 2 tsp instant coffee (add 1 spoon if you do not want the coffee to have strong taste)
  • ¾ cup of cold water
  • 1 tsp sugar, optional
  • milk, optional
  • 2 ice cubes


  1. Add the coffee, sugar and a little water (4 – 5 spoons) into the shaker.
  2. Shake until thick and foamy.
  3. Strain the coffee into a tall glass and add the rest of the water, the ice cubes and milk.
  4. Greek frappe coffee is drunk with a straw, which is also used to mix the coffee and sugar as it stands on the bottom of the glass.