Greek Coffee £3,50 / £4,50 (single/double)

Greek coffee is a traditional  coffee that is brewed by roasting, in a pot, finely ground roasted coffee beans and which is drunk more than any other type of coffee in many parts of the eastern Mediterranean, the Middle East, the Balkans and North Africa.

             Freddo cappuccino £3,90

The favorite coffee that has been breaking ground in Greek cafes for the last decade and the Greeks have preferred it, replacing it with their former favorite frappe. Made with double espresso coffee, sugar, ice cubes and rich frothed milk.You can add cinnamon or chocolate powder on top for extra flavor

Also available are Espresso, Americano, Latte and Cappuccino to sit in or take away.

                  Frappe coffee £3,50

Frappe is a Greek-invented sparkling cold coffee. Its main ingredients are instant coffee and water, while sugar or milk are optionally added.
Its invention was accidentally made in 1957 by Dimitris Vakondios in Thessaloniki.

              Freddo espresso £3,50

For Greek people Freddo espresso is as essential and important as their sunny climate . They are concepts that bind so harmoniously together and any intervention would be disastrous. As a people, we undoubtedly have a deep love for both the sun and coffee, which is why, after all, we were the first to think of making espresso freddo!
Back in 1991, the team of Kafea, the company that brought illy espresso to Greece, created our favorite Freddo in Athens. “We had met the name ‘freddo’ somewhere abroad and we thought about it when we created the first hit espresso illy with two doses of espresso and ice” “We wanted the name to be in line with the characteristics of illy: familiar, auspicious and smart. It should be a name that “stays with you”, like the taste of quality espresso, that you try and it is pleasantly imprinted in your memory “. Freddo created a new consumption trend for espresso and made us prefer it winter – summer.

 Greek herbal mountain tea £3,50

Mountain tea comes from the plant Sideritis spp or Dioscorides sideritis, which is said to have taken its name from the Greek word ‘iron’ thanks to the healing effect of the plant against wounds caused by iron weapons. In Crete it is also known as ‘malotira’, a name that derives from the prevailing version of the Italian words ‘male’ (disease) and ‘tirare’ (syro), because during Venetian rule it was considered a panacea for colds and respiratory diseases.
Traditionally in Greece, mountain tea is highly preferred for its beneficial effects on colds and inflammations of the upper respiratory system, as well as to combat indigestion and gastrointestinal disorders, while it is also considered antispasmodic, analgesic and healing. However, these traditional uses are also scientifically confirmed. Mountain tea is put under the microscope of researchers and studied for its effects on our health
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