A mocha latte or a caffe mocha is a standard latte with chocolate syrup added. The steps are extremely similar to making a latte.
To begin the brewing process, gather all of the necessary ingredients, grind 16 grams of espresso. Pour two shots of espresso into the latte cup, followed by the chocolate syrup. The espresso heat will melt the chocolate, creating a delectable fusion of flavors. Combine the two ingredients to ensure that the flavors are properly blended.
You can start steaming your 8 ounces of milk while your espresso is brewing in your cup. You should hear sounds similar to paper tearing when you are steaming your milk, which indicates that the air is blending with the milk in order to produce a sufficient amount of foam for your cappuccino. When the milk pitcher is just a little too hot to the touch, about 165°F, you'll know that the steaming process is complete and the milk is ready.
Carefully ladle it into your cup and on top of the chocolate/espresso mixture. A thin layer of foam should be present on the surface of the drink, providing you with a smooth, slightly velvety texture with each sip.
Mocha is also highly customizable, and it can be prepared in a variety of ways depending on the ingredients available to you. Typically, a standard mocha is made with milk chocolate syrup, and a white/dark mocha is made with one of two other types of chocolate syrup: white chocolate syrup and dark chocolate syrup, respectively.
You can have it iced if you want! Pour in cold milk, add some ice in the cup before serving. Enjoy!
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