Frappé

Frappé

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The French word for ‘iced’ or ‘chilled’. A frappé is made from sweetened fruit juice, frozen until mushy and served as a refreshing finish to a rich meal. It looks very pretty topped with whipped cream and served in parfait or sherbet glasses. A frappé can also be an iced drink. Various liqueurs are served over shaved ice in a cocktail glass and sipped through a short straw as the ice melts. Crème de Menthe, Tia Maria and Cointreau make delicious liqueur frappés.

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