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Smooth, satisfying and simply delicious, Gevalia Mocha is crafted with your sweet tooth in mind. A mouthwatering fusion of mountain-grown beans and rich chocolate syrup offers a decadent treat that's worth savoring.
 
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Chocolate water
PostedFebruary 18, 2012
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fromWashington, DC
Age:25-34
Favorite Beverage:Latte
Gender:male
Length of Use:1-2 years
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As others have mentioned, this is not a latte, just chocolate flavored water and a espresso disc. They should create a chocolate flavored espresso disc (like the caramel) and just used a regular latte disc, until then just make your own with syrup or some melted chocolate chips.
No, I do not recommend this product.
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Smooth, satisfying and simply delicious, Gevalia Mocha is crafted with your sweet tooth in mind. A mouthwatering fusion of mountain-grown beans and rich chocolate syrup offers a decadent treat that's worth savoring.
 

Is this watery like the Suchard Chocolate?

The Suchard Chocolate seems to be really watery, I guess it's what they consider to be hot chocolate in Europe. In America we are used to a milk based hot chocolate, not water based. How does this stack up? Is this also watery?
Sadly, it's just as watery as the Suchard. Stick with making your own mocha using your own syrup until they can get this right.
2 years, 10 months ago
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