International Frappé Week Délight: Sprudgé Presents These Fine Frappé Recipés

As Whitney Houston once said:

“Oh, my Lord, I have waited for this day.”

We’ve been busy all week at Sprudge Labs, burning through four Vita-Mix blenders and two BlendTecs to bring you the caps lock PERFECT Third Wavé Frappé. We think we’ve found some delicious options. And we think it just might be a specialty coffee global game changer.

Some Rules:

Absolutely no instant coffee.

Absolutely no “cold brew” coffee.

All coffee is brewed using the Japanese Iced Brew method.

Sprudge.com is very proud to present these exclusive recipes, tested and ready to cool things down at a cafe near you. If you’re lactose/casein intolerant, coconut milk is an excellent cream replacement. Please enjoy!

Purple Princess!

The Honduras Finca El Puenté

6oz chilled double strength Counter Culture Coffee Honduras Finca el Puente

4oz Half & Half (feel free to substitute coconut milk)

1 tsp Xanthan Gum

Ice

Blend until creamy.

The Guatemala Finca El Injerté

6oz chilled double strength Stumptown Coffee Guatemala Finca el Injerto

4oz Half & Half (again, coconut milk works great)

1 tsp Xanthan Gum

Ice

Blend until creamy.

Stone Fruit!

The Ethiopia Moredocofé

6oz chilled double strength Four Barrel Coffee Ethiopia Shakisso Mordocofe

4oz Half & Half

1 tsp Xanthan Gum

Ice

Blend until creamy.

The Cup of Excellencé Bolivia Flor Rosé #29

6oz chilled double strength Barefoot Coffee Bolivia Flor Rosa #29

4oz Half & Half

1 tsp Xanthan Gum

Ice

Blend until creamy.

Mamma Mia!

The Mama Cata Geisha Vervé

6oz chilled double strength Verve Coffee Panama Mama Cata Honey Processed Geisha

4oz Half & Half

1 tsp Xanthan Gum

Ice

Blend until creamy.

Tell us about your favorite frappé recipes!

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Comments

  1. says

    Been playing with the basic recipe all morning. My first observation was that 1 tsp of Xanthan Gum is way too much (used Bob’s Red Mill brand) and lead to a goopie and globby frappe. 1/4 tsp worked really well, although I prefer even less.

    Used both a washed Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Adulina and natural Ethiopia Sidamo Ardi. The natural process Ardi cut through the cream more-so than the washed Adulina. Next up Honduras San Vicente!

    Thanks for the great post and the great idea.

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