Contrary to popular belief, Mocah Java Blends have nothing to do with chocolate. And ours definitely does not have chocolate flavor added.
Mocha Java is one of the first known coffee blends. You should read the story below and then make sure you have plenty of this complex, well rounded coffee to taste.
This coffee is the definition of complex. The Sumatra brings a deep, earthy body to the party, while the Ethiopian components add to the brightness at the beginning. We prefer this coffee brewed in a Chemex coffeemaker to enjoy all of the clean, clear flavors. Although, we've been enjoying it just as much recently in an Aeropress and on our espresso machine. Leave it to tradition, this blend has definitely stood the test of time.
Mocha Java coffee is traditionally a blend of two different coffees from two different origins - Mocha (Yemen) and Java (Indonesia). In days past, coffees from Mocha were shipped out of the very busy Yemen port in huge wooden ships. At the same time, many sailors were arriving in that port from the island of Java. As a happy accident of history, coffees from both of these regions were blended together to produce a coffee that is still prized today.
The truth of the matter is, most of the Mocha Java blends on the market are not the traditional blends from these two islands, but instead, like ours, are substitutions of the original. However, the concepts are still the same - blending a bright flavored coffee with a full bodied one results on fantastic, complex flavors.