Here’s a Few Easy Tricks:
1. Fresh Coffee: It is important to use freshly roasted beans to avoid , burnt flavor. It takes a whole lot of chocolate and cream to hide the taste of coffee that’s gone bad (remember, coffee only has a two week shelf life).
2. Let’s Talk Chocolate: Don’t skimp on ingredients. Save the cheap chocolate syrup for your ice cream! Your at-home mocha should be home to real chocolate. , but feel free to use your own personal favorite.
3. Make It Your Own: If you want to get experimental, try adding chocolate or cocoa powder in its filter before brewing for a more infused chocolate taste.
4. Keep It Classy: The choices of chocolate and coffee pairings are limitless! For a classic mocha taste, pair it with a simple dark chocolate or cocoa powder.
Bonus Tip: It pairs freshly roasted coffee with artisan drinking chocolates. We hand pick coffees with chocolate tasting notes so they blend beautifully with the chocolate. It’s the perfect gift for any mocha lover!
- 1 cup hot coffee.
- 1/4 cup milk any percentage.
- 1 tablespoon (5g) unsweetened cocoa powder.
- 1 to 2 tablespoons (12g to 25g) granulated sugar to taste.
- 1 tablespoon heavy cream.
- Whipped cream for topping, optional.