September 13, 2017

Freezoccino – sensational ice-blended

Nobody innovates quite like Cappuccine. In fact, since 1991 Cappuccine Australia’s delicious flavour discoveries have led the way and captured customers’ imaginations time and time again with their vast range of specialty beverages. Be tempted by more than 20 incredible stand-alone flavours  –  from everyone’s favourite Freezoccino Original and Chocolate Decadence,  to the more exotic Red Velvet, Matcha Frappe and Turmeric latte. Got a creative itch? No Problem – add in your own sweet bits and pieces to create your own signature Freezoccino. Made for both granita and blender use, Cappuccine Australia’s no-fuss system is tried and tested and includes free measure scoops, storage tubs and posters.

Looking for a commercial blender – visit the Cappuccine Australia website for the best deals on Vitamix, Hamilton Beach and Blendtec commercial blenders.

We have all the answers to get your cafe underway for a deliciously profitable ice-blending summer!

Freezoccino Red Velvet Latte/Frappe

Have your cake and eat it too!

Velvety red, smooth cake batter with rich luscious cocoa – sweet temptation in a cup.

Gluten Free



– makes a 480ml (16 oz) drink

In a blender add:

150ml milk or water

2 Scoops Cappuccine Red Velvet frappe mix

420ml (14oz cup) ice

Blend until smooth.

Pour into cup and Enjoy!



– makes 220ml serve

Add 1/2 to 3/4 scoops (3-4 teaspoons) of Cappuccine Red Velvet mix

with approx. 200ml steamed milk. Stir and serve.

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