Greek Iced Coffee Recipe

Hattie Colegrove, Reporter

This recipe is extremely simple and appetizing on a warm or cold day. For those that enjoy iced coffee, you’ll most likely enjoy this recipe with a twist. The ingredients you need will include:

  • Nescafé Clasico Dark Roast Instant Coffee
  • Sugar
  • Milk
  • Water
  • Metal shaker

The instructions are fairly easy, and it is also important to have a metal shaker because the coffee is supposed to have a bit of foam along with it, for shaking in the metal creates foam. The first step would be to add ice, however many scoops of Nescafé you would like based on strength preference, a pinch of sugar to cut bitterness, a splash of milk, and water into your shaker. Tightly seal the shaker and shake the drink well to mix. You can add ice to your cup you will be drinking out of, and pour. If you want to include the foam, just take off the shaker lid and pour that in as well. Now, this recipe can vary based on preference in coffee strength, sweetness, and preferred amount of water & milk. Traditionally, the Greeks drink this coffee extremely strong, so your first time making the drink you can try it traditional style, and from then on make to preference. This recipe is all about experimenting and finding what you like, hope you’ll try it soon!