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Any drink served over finely crushed ice.
 
Any drink served over finely crushed ice.
  
This is a style of drink you don’t see very often anymore. Usually refers to [[Cordial|cordials]] by themselves, but can refer to a [[mixed drink]] as well. You pour the drink into a glass that is filled with finely crushed ice, then stir it until a frosty sheet of ice forms on the outside of the glass. Sometimes the drink is strained into a second glass, the ice is emptied from the first glass, and then the drink is poured back into the first (ice frosted) glass.
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This is a style of drink you don’t see very often anymore. Usually refers to [[Cordial|cordials]] by themselves, but can refer to a [[Mixed Drink|mixed drink]] as well. You pour the drink into a glass that is filled with finely crushed ice, then stir it until a frosty sheet of ice forms on the outside of the glass. Sometimes the drink is strained into a second glass, the ice is emptied from the first glass, and then the drink is poured back into the first (ice frosted) glass.
  
 
For an example, see:
 
For an example, see:
 
* [[Frappeed Café Royal]]
 
* [[Frappeed Café Royal]]
 
* [[Mint Julep]] (which is properly served in the style of a frappe)
 
* [[Mint Julep]] (which is properly served in the style of a frappe)

Latest revision as of 10:43, 7 February 2019

Any drink served over finely crushed ice.

This is a style of drink you don’t see very often anymore. Usually refers to cordials by themselves, but can refer to a mixed drink as well. You pour the drink into a glass that is filled with finely crushed ice, then stir it until a frosty sheet of ice forms on the outside of the glass. Sometimes the drink is strained into a second glass, the ice is emptied from the first glass, and then the drink is poured back into the first (ice frosted) glass.

For an example, see: