In these days of prudery, almost all women of rank appear 'frappe a la glace', like a bottle of champagne.
"A frappe with blotting-paper on the side," Mr. Moody snarled from the slot-machine.
To frappe a bottle of wine, we stood it on the porch; in a few minutes it would pour crystals.
Orange frappe is simply an orange water ice frozen to a mush and served in frappe glasses.
"iced drink," 1922, American English (earlier as an adjective, "iced," 1848), from French frappé, from past participle of frapper "to chill," literally "to beat," from Old French fraper "to hit, strike" (see frap (v.)).