Question by  kwiklip (29)

What is in a mocha?


Answer by  TwiztedKayne (51)

Mocha: derived from the Coffea arabica bean,(a rounder bean in comparison with the common coffee bean seen in your local store),which is then made into a syrup, or placed into a coffee bean grinder, mixed with milk, and topped with whipped cream.Include portions of ice in recipe before mixing thoroughly for an iced cafe Mocha


Answer by  worker77 (14)

A mocha is simply espresso with steamed milk and chocolate syrup. It often is topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings. It may also be decorated further with sprinkled cinnamon or cocoa toppings, or even with chocolate covered coffee beans. Different coffee places may add their unique flair in toppings, but the basic three ingredients is always the same.


Answer by  michelle99 (73)

It is similar to a cafe latte. It contains one third espresso and two thirds steamed milk plus chocolate. About 2-4 teaspoons of cocoa powder is added or in some places chocolate syrup is added instead. Depending on your tastes a mocha can either be made with regular milk chocolate or dark chocolate.


Answer by  Ashli (251)

A typical mocha from a chain coffee place (such as Starbucks or Peets), is milk, a few pumps or scoops of chocolate, and a few shots of espresso. How much espresso depends on the size of the mocha - a small typically has one, a medium has two and a large has three, although this varies from store to store.


Answer by  Anonymous

hotchocolate + coffee = mocha.

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