that was great! but after shaking and putting in the milk its still too warm for me... i suggest putting in more ice cubes. when i first tried it the coffee powder would not dissolve so i put in a little hot water to dissolve it first the poured in the cold water.
Greek Iced Coffee
From EatingWell: Summer 2004
This frothy delight is a great summer treat when the summer heat makes hot coffee less appealing.
27 Reviews for Greek Iced Coffee
I don't even like coffee and I think this is great!
What makes this coffee "Greek"? It's just regular iced coffee. It's funny how everyone is into Greek yogurt, so now everything is being called Greek just to gain popularity.
I agree with the above comment from "Anonymous". The recipe only makes about a 2/3rds cup of a very thick espresso like concoction -- The photo shows this delicious frothy drink in a soda glass which usually holds 12 - 16 oz. I think the recipe is written wrong.
A little adjusting gave me the a better formulation --
2 tea of instant coffee
3/4 cup of water
1/2 cup of milk
desired amount of sugar
I used a blender and spenda-very frothy. Might try honey next time.