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When you visit a Greek Restaurant don't forget to ask for FRAPPE! Say the server to shake it well, and enjoy the rest of the day.


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Rich foam, bright blonde color, and complex, but distinct flavors. Balanced flavor with fruity nuances and hop notes, with a slight sweetness and rich, long-lasting aftertaste that makes Mythos beer both enjoyable and refreshing.



No matter where you are, in the City, on an island, in a bar or on a square, at the beach or at a tavern, if you are with friends, every single moment can be unique.If you have a Mythos easy open, the moment will turn into something mythical!

nescafe frappe


NESCAFE frappe


Frappé coffee (also Greek frappé or café frappé Greek: φραπές, frapés) is a Greek foam-covered iced coffee drink made from instant coffee (generally, spray-dried Nescafe), water and sugar.[1] Accidentally[citation needed] invented by a Nescafe representative named Dimitris Vakondios in 1957 in the city of Thessaloniki. Frappé has been marketed chiefly by Nestlé in Greece and is among the most popular drinks in Greece and Cyprus, and is available at virtually all Greek cafés. The word frappé is French and comes from the verb frapper which means to 'strike'; in this context, however, in French, when describing a drink, the word frappé means chilled, as with ice cubes in a shaker. The frappé has become a hallmark of post-war outdoor Greek coffee culture.


The coffee can be made either with a cocktail shaker or an appropriate mixer (e.g., a hand mixer). One or two teaspoons of instant coffee (traditionally Nescafe), sugar (to taste) and a little water are blended to form a foam, which is poured into a tall glass. To this is added cold water and ice cubes, and, optionally, milk (typically evaporated milk). The glass is served with a drinking straw.

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