The Cafe Mocha has ancient roots. This chocolate tasting coffee beverage is named after the Red Sea coast a. l town of Mocha in Yemen, which was a main coffee exporter as far back as the 15th century. Using a Keurig brewer, we’re going to make a Mocha today with One Cup French Roast Coffee from San Francisco Bay Coffee. For this recipe, you’ll also need about a teaspoon of premium cocoa powder. Start by placing the teaspoon of cocoa powder in the bottom of your mug. Next, insert a One Cup from San Francisco Bay Coffee into your Keurig machine. Brew the smallest and strongest cup of coffee your brewer will allow into your latte mug on top of the cocoa powder.
Once the coffee is brewed into the mug, stir gently to mix the cocoa powder and coffee. Then, add 8 oz. of milk to a steamer and heat to between 150-160 degrees. Pour the steamed milk slowly over the coffee and cocoa mixture. Sip and enjoy this slightly sweet treat at any time of day to satisfy a sweet tooth or chocolate craving. And the best part of the OneCup Single Serve Coffee from San Francisco Bay Coffee is that it’s 97% biodegradable, toss it in the trash with a clear conscience.