Ready to make the easiest, most delicious mocha of your life? Buckle up, friends, because I’m about to show you how to make a perfect pour over mocha without having to grind or measure anything. It’s also going to be the easiest clean up of your life.
So, put away the grinder, the frother, the mixer, the coffee brewer and just leave out your cup, your hot water kettle and your Copper Cow Coffee Mocha kit.
Copper Cow Coffee has created these super easy pour over kits that come with pre-ground, individually packaged pour over coffee filters and coffee creamers that are pre-measured and ready to go. The flavors are designed to work perfectly together to create a mocha that is just right.
Let’s take a look at what you need to get started:
The Perfect Mocha: What You Need
To get started, pick up the Copper Cow Coffee Mocha Kit. This is what you’ll get in one Mocha Latte kit: 5 black coffee pour over filters with pre-ground coffee already in them and 5 mocha creamers. The creamer has chocolate in it and gives the mocha a delicious, chocolatey flavor.
This was so easy to make, I made a little video of the highlights the very first time I made it. Yup. Pretty much fool proof. Here’s what you’ll need before you get started:
- A mug on the bigger side. You don’t want it spilling over, so make sure it’s a generously sized mug. I use this clear mug so you can see the magic happen. I also have really nice sized mugs in my shop that I usually use when I’m not taking pictures.
- A gooseneck kettle. You’ll want to be able to control the flow of the water. Here’s a post with affordable kettles in a variety of price points. I use this one in these pictures.
- Copper Cow Coffee Mocha Latte Kit – or any of their kits. I also bought Mocha and the Chai Latte. I’ll be buying more soon, because I love them!
- Toppings (or not). I used whip cream and some chocolate sauce on top! YUM!
Once you’ve got all your supplies, it’s go time. *I bought these with my own money, but these are affiliate links, which means at no cost to you, I may receive a commission if you purchase through my links. Cheers!
HOW TO MAKE A MOCHA: THE VIDEO!
I made this little video for Instagram that covers the highlights. Keep reading for even more details!
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How To Make the Copper Cow Coffee Mocha: Step-By-Step
Start by heating your water and setting up your little pour over filter on top of your mug. If it’s not sitting easily on its own, try a different mug. You don’t want the filter falling in while you pour, although if it does, just pick it up and put it back on top. So long as a ton of coffee didn’t spill out, you’re still good to go.
Second, slowly pour the water into the filter. Stop when it’s close to full and let it drain. Repeat until you have enough coffee. For me, this was 3-4 times.
Slowly close and lift out the filter and place it to the side. Open the mocha creamer, which just has milk and cocoa, and squeeze it in. I used the whole thing. Yum.
Then, stir and add ice or any toppings that you want. You’re done. It’s time to enjoy!
The coffee and chocolate flavors are absolutely perfect together. It was so good – even better than most mochas I’ve bought at a coffee house for three times the price, I swear. It had just the right balance of sweetness and coffee, too. Just perfect.
COPPER COW COFFEE MOCHA LATTE NUTRITIONAL FACTS:
You know, I try to be mindful of my health and I’ve been learning a lot lately about how many carbs and sugars are in those coffeehouse drinks I love so much. They really are like a full on dessert sometimes.
I was pleasantly surprised by the nutritional facts on this kit. Just take a look and let me know what you think:
- Calories: 100
- Cabs: 20g
- Sugars: 17g
- Protein: 2g
COPPER COW COFFEE QUESTIONS:
Curious, but still have questions? I did, too. Here is some more info that helped me click #addtocart.
WHAT KIND OF COFFEE DOES COPPER COW USE?
They grow their coffee in the temperate Central Highlands of Vietnam, using basalt (volcanic) soil, cacao (which explains the mocha notes in the coffee) and pepper. Copper Cow Coffee sources coffee from sustainable farms. Currently some of the ingredients are non-GMO and/or organic, but not all.
WHERE DOES COPPER COW GET THEIR MILK?
They currently source their milk from the suppliers in the US.
DO COPPER COW COFFEES CONTAIN SUGAR?
Nope! Only the included creamers have sugar. If you drink just the coffee, you’ll have a sugar-free, keto friendly drink!
WHERE IS COPPER COW COFFEE BASED?
Copper Cow Coffee is an APPI woman-owned company based out of Los Angeles, California.
IS COPPER COW COFFEE PRODUCED IN A PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE FACILITY?
Good news! Yes! Copper Cow Coffee production is done in a facility that is peanut and tree nut free.
WHERE CAN I BUY COPPER COW COFFEE?
I like to buy mine directly from their site here, because of the different promotions. You can also find it at these stores:
Walmart – Limited options
Amazon – Great selection
WHAT IS VIETNAMESE COFFEE?
If you’re curious what distinguishes Vietnamese coffee from other types, it can mean one of two things (or both): either coffee beans grown in Vietnam and/or coffee mixed with sweetened condensed milk. It’s sweet, creamy, and very addicting!
HOW MUCH IS COPPER COW COFFEE?
This depends on how much you buy and if you are getting a discount as a subscriber, but the typical kit is around $14 for both coffee and creamers. Coffee only is just $7.00. Since you get 5 drinks out of a kit, this brings your per coffee cost down to around $2.50 a drink, which is definitely a cost savings from coffee house beverages!
IS COPPER COW COFFEE WORTH IT?
I think so! I absolutely love having these around. They take all the mess and fuss out of a pour over and give me delicious coffee house style drinks without an expensive machine, like Churro Lattes, Mochas and Chai Lattes. I think the rich flavor and sweet creamers play perfectly together.
More Coffee Recipes:
Looking for more coffee drinks to try? Check out some of these posts:
- Nespresso Iced Coffee with Vanilla Sweet Cream Recipe
- Easy brown sugar shaken espresso – like Starbucks
- Delicious sweet cinnamon iced coffee recipe
- Cold brew vs. iced coffee – 6 key differences
I hope you found something delicious to make today.