A CafÃ© Mocha is a variant of a cafe latte. Like a latte it is typically one third espresso and two thirds steamed milk, but as the name suggests a shot of chocolate is added. Typically the chocolate is in the form of an Italian syrup. This being an American invention, it is mostly unknown in Italy.
ka-fay MOH-kah] Espresso combined with chocolate syrup and a liberal amount of foamy steamed milk. A cafe mocha is usually served in a tall glass mug.
a variation of the latte but with chocolate syrup added before the steamed milk
This can be prepared a variety of ways. Basically this is a chocolate cafe latte. Often prepared with whipped cream on top.
" Coffee and chocolate " in Italian, this drink is made by filling the glass three-quarters full with steamed chocolate milk, adding a shot of espresso and topping with a thin layer of soft foam.
Espresso, chocolate syrup, and steamed milk, often topped with whipped cream and cocoa powder or chocolate shavings.
A decadent rich hot chocolate mixed with a strong serving of espresso.
A term of no small controversy. In Eugene , ordering a mocha ought to get you a latte or a cappuccino with chocolate syrup or hot cocoa. On the other hand, it could get you a straight coffee with chocolate, or a funny look from the barista -- read the menu.
Often referred to as a chocolate latté, this drink is usually topped with whipped cream.
Basically, a Cafe Mocha is a cafe latte with chocolate powder or chocolate syrup added. Mochas are often topped with whipped cream.
A CafÃ© Mocha is a variant of a cafe latte. Like a latte it is typically one third espresso and two thirds steamed milk, but a shot of chocolate is added. Typically the chocolate is in the form of an Italian syrup, although less sophisticated vending systems use instant chocolate powder.