Frappé’s around the world
When ordering a Frappé, what you get really depends on where you are in the world. In Greece, you can expect a couple of tablespoons of instant coffee, sugar, water and milk (if you want them), which will then be put into a cocktail shaker and shaken to get the frothy layer on top. In Bulgaria, don’t be surprised if it’s served with soda instead of water. Denmark substitutes the water for milk and Serbia serves the frappé with milk or ice cream and freshly whipped cream on top. However, one of the really different frappé variations is in Boston, where it’s actually a milkshake made with ice-cream and is simply pronounced ‘frap’. So, if you’re a frappé lover, enjoy the experience of discovering every unique variation to be found!