There are lots of different coffee flavors, and mocha is one of the most popular. Coffee companies have picked up on the fact that chocolate and coffee go together, and there are a ton of them making it. We have reviewed a bunch of them. To help you narrow the list to choose from, we have compiled reviews of five we think almost anyone would like.
|Café Escapes Café Mocha|
|Starbucks Mocha Caffè Latte Medium Roast Keurig Pods||Medium||4.5/5|
|Gevalia Mocha Latte Espresso K-Cups for Keurig||Light||4.4/5|
|The Original Donut Shop Coconut Mocha K-Cups||Medium||4.2/5|
|Green Mountain Toasted Marshmallow Mocha K-Cups||Light||4.1/5|
The Café Escapes Café Mocha is a 24-pack of a great blend of coffee and chocolate flavors. The chocolate is decadent, and the coffee is subtle. It is the ideal afternoon pick-me-up, or a treat, just because you want one.
This mocha is delicious, but it has a lot of sugar and other artificial ingredients in it. If you are a person who tries to go natural with everything you put into your body, this isn’t the drink for you.
These K-cups are meant to be used with the Keurig Single Cup Brewers, but they are compatible with the Keurig 2.0 too.
The Starbucks Mocha Caffé Latte Medium Roast Keurig Pods are made for use in Keurig Single Cup Brewers and come in a case of 24 pods. Each pod has a delicate blend of Starbucks coffee and milk, along with the perfect amount of rich chocolate, giving you the sweet treat you deserve any time of day.
This Starbucks blend is good coffee, but you can tell that it’s made of processed foods. It isn’t the quality product that you find in the Starbucks stores. It also leaves a little bitter aftertaste in your mouth.
The Gevalia Mocha Latte Espresso K-Cups will fit any Keurig brewing machines, including the 2.0. The froth powder is made with real milk, and the coffee is from 100% Arabica coffee beans.
When we first tried this blend, we found that it was bland. We adjusted the cup size down, and it became more flavorful, but it started to have a somewhat bitter taste.
These Gevalia K-cups come in a case of 36 pods, but about 10% of them were defective. They split open and allowed grounds into our coffee cup.
The Original Donut Shop Coconut Mocha K-Cups are a blend of coffee that tastes like a coconut-topped chocolate donut, and they don’t contain any artificial ingredients.
The company claims these have extra coffee for an extra-bold flavor, but we found that they had a watered-down taste. We didn’t taste much of the chocolate or coconut either.
When we received our box, there was a sticker that said it had new packaging. We weren’t impressed. The seals don’t hold very well, and we ended up with a lot of coffee grounds in our cup.
The Green Mountain Toasted Marshmallow Mocha K-Cups come in a box of 18 pods. This is a seasonal flavor that combines the taste of your coffee with chocolate and toasted marshmallows.
The coffee itself has a weak flavor, and the marshmallow doesn’t taste like a marshmallow at all, let alone toasted ones. It’s an okay choice for something different in the fall season, but it leaves an artificial aftertaste in your mouth.
There isn’t a buyer’s guide for finding the best mocha K-cups. You can read reviews of what others have to say, but it boils down to personal preference. Read the descriptions of each, and try the ones that sound best to you. We reviewed some to get you started, but it’s a game of trial and error on your part to find one you like the best.
1. Café Escapes Café Mocha – Top Pick
2. Starbucks Mocha Caffè Latte Medium Roast Keurig Pods – The Runner-Up
3. Gevalia Mocha Latte Espresso K-Cups for Keurig
4. The Original Donut Shop Coconut Mocha K-Cups
5. Green Mountain Toasted Marshmallow Mocha K-Cups
Other types of K-cups we’ve reviewed:
-> Dark-roast k cups
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