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Yum, this is very tasty but very sweet..I used less than the sugar called for but still found it too sweet for me so stretched it out and added more milk...similar to abuelita but with a hint of orange. Thanks for posting!
What a great way to get frothy mocha! Lovely combination of flavors. I used regular coffee, less sweetener and made the full amount for myself :D Thanks for posting! Made for Comfort Cafe Snowqueen's Round 2010.
I agree with all the previous reviewers - delicious, flavourful and a real treat. We have a holiday family ritual which sees us having hot chocolate/cocoa after the annual Carol Festival - this year will be adding this rich and lovely mocha like coffee nicely frothed - making for a new tradition in the making. I will likely go with cutting back on the sugar - just a personal preferance . Thank you Sharon for another great recipe to add to my cookbook.
Delicious! I made mine with regular coffee. Loved the combination of orange, chocolate and coffee. I made the full amount and drank it all! I will make again, but cut sugar in half, as I prefer mine less sweet.
I had some truffle bar with seville orange in dark chocolate flavor and decided to use up the rest for this. The result was a rich decadent mocha coffee with a hint of orange. It was like having another bar in a drink. Thanks!
This is nothing short of fabulous. I used bittersweet chocolate, 1 tbsp of Splenda Brown Sugar and fat free evap milk. I didn't get the amount of froth I had expected so I dropped some whipped topping for the photo. The flavor this coffee delivers is superior to that expensive coffee house and you don't have to leave home. The next time I make this I'll make both servings and use a taller mug!