Mocha Java Milkshake | Forget wimpy ice creams for shakes here. You go with the good stuff or you go home. In the case of these particular shakes, that ice cream was Häagen-Dazs® Java Chip ice cream. Also coming to the party was a dose of very strong coffee. Trust me on this, if you like coffee, you’re going to be in heaven with this one. Is love too strong a word? No, not in this case. | From: cbsop.com Coff Recipes, Coffee Recipes
Mocha-Java Milkshake recipe: 2 cups coffee ice cream, 1/2 tbsp. Dutch processed Cocoa powder, pinch of Cinnamon, 1/3 cup cold coffee, 1/4 cup milk. Combine all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth and creamy. Top it all off with whipped cream and a drizzle of melted chocolate
Get excited for St. Patrick's Day with this Irish cream mocha milkshake recipe! The creamy combination of cream and chocolate is to die for!
Where did the term "Mocha" come from? 1733, from Mocha, Red Sea port of Yemen, from which coffee was exported. Meaning "mixture of coffee and chocolate" first recorded 1849. As a shade of dark brown, it is attested from 1895. (Source: Online Etymology Dictionary)