No, it has nothing to do with chocolate. There is no chocolate in this coffee. It is not flavored coffee. It does not taste like chocolate. Well, ok, maybe there are some chocolate notes. But it’s not flavored!
There, I’ve dispensed with the FAQs for Mocha Java. This blend is named after the port of Mokha in Yemen, and the coffee from the Dutch colonies on the island of Java. Mohka. Java. Get it? I might get less of these questions if I went with the current spelling, but a) I have made some concessions to the search engine age; I want my coffee to be found, and b) my hero, Ukers, who wrote “All About Coffee” in the 1930’s, spells it Mocha. So I guess either way is correct.
In any event, Mokha Java is probably the oldest blend in the world. It is a classic flavor profile – a luscious mix of earth and wood and fruit. It’s my “dessert island” coffee – the one you want to wash up on shore when you are stranded without coffee. We haven’t had it for a while because I couldn’t get a decent Yemen. Well, that drought is over for the time being – get it while the getting is good! The normal link for it is HERE.
I’m so excited about it I made it the Local Coffee of the Week special – get it HERE for a special price, this week only.