Frappe is a typical Greek iced coffee product

Frappe culture in greece

Frappe Coffee culture has long been a habit of Greeks. This culture is inherent in the whole society. From the recognition of the owner of the coffee shop, Kleanthis Kanellos, the Greek citizens certainly willing to pay top dollar for the sake of a cup of coffee, provided that the coffee has a good taste.

Although the current money supply is limited, but not the slightest lack of interest for the community to enjoy a cup of coffee. For comparison, the price of coffee in Indonesia is much cheaper compared to Greece. In Greece, a cup of black coffee at a price tag of about twenty-nine thousand rupiahs compared with Indonesia, which is only two thousand rupiah. Meanwhile, for the coffee frappe appreciated sixty-six thousand rupiahs. Nevertheless, Greek citizens still love it, and it makes it a favorite.

Frappe is a typical Greek iced coffee products are coated with foam, made from instant coffee, sugar, water and ice. Frappé was first created in September 1957. This copy was first made by Dimitrios Vakondios unintentionally. Dimitrios at that time was a seller of Nestle products. When it is being held the International Exhibition of Thessaloniki and the hot water needed to make coffee available.

Frappucinno culture in greece

Frappuccino culture in Greece

That’s why Dimitrios finally decided to make a cold coffee drink by shaking a mixture of instant coffee Nescafé, Nestlé chocolate drinks and a bit of cold water. Shortly after the discovery, the drink is also promoted by Nestlé at an exhibition in Athens.

Frappe then popularized by the world’s largest coffee company is Starbucks and with its popular Frappuccino.

So what is a Frappuccino?

Frappucinno culture in greece

Frappuccino made bay Frappe and Cappuccino

Frappuccino is a combination of frappé and cappuccino, espresso coffee with milk froth. So similar to a milkshake, but more viscous. The word “Frappuccino” actually comes from Boston who comes from the word “frappe” and “cappuccino”. Where “frappe pronounced” frap “without an accent in Boston. While many other coffee companies offer their own version of Frappuccino and Starbucks just to use the name.

The original Frappuccino drinks developed, given names and trademarks, and are sold by a network of coffeehouses George Howell in Eastern Massachusetts, The Coffee Connection. When Starbucks purchased The Coffee Connection in 1994, they also acquired the right to use, create, market, and sell Frappuccino drinks, and immediately sell these drinks at all its stores.

In response to the success of Frappuccino, Starbucks has developed a number of competitors are similar drinks with names that are quite similar, but only Starbucks are legally allowed to wear the trademark “Frappuccino”. A kind of cold coffee drink has been sold since 1988 by a network of Cinnabon and Seattle under the name Mochalatta Caramelatta. Coffee Break also sells similar beverages. Gloria Jean’s offers cold coffee drink similar to the name of Chillers.

Decaf Frappuccino is no longer sold in 2008 and sold again in 2010. Starting in May 2010, Frappuccino that uses soy milk available at Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada In January 2011, Starbucks introduced this menu in Australia.

How to make it quite easy. Keen to try Recipes Make a Mocha Frappe? Immediately yuks. Here’s Mocha Frappe Recipe Making Greek-style to enjoy this hot afternoon. Suitable for daytime hot and tiring.

Ingredients :

1 cup of strong coffee.
2 tablespoons granulated sugar.
1 tbsp milk powder.
1 1/4 cups of liquid milk.
2 tablespoons brown liquid.
whipped cream.
1 teaspoon cocoa powder.
How to make:

The first step is a mix of coffee, sugar, 1 tablespoon milk into a glass-sized cups.
Pour into ice-cube trays and input into frezer until frost.
Once frozen, iced coffee with 1 1/4 cup of milk and blend until smooth liquid chocolate.
After that enter into a glass, add whiped topping and sprinkle cocoa powder.
Serve in glasses.

Frappe Mocca Serve fresh to accompany a relaxing time and can also be used as a dessert after enjoying the main menu

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