Orange-Mocha Coffee

Carolyn Haas


This came from an Austrian website. Thank goodness, I still remember a bit of German! I had to do a double take, because I thought the word Mokka/Mocha implied chocolate and coffee together. And this has no chocolate. Then I did some research and found out that: "Originally Mocha was a high quality Arabian coffee shipped from the Yemen port of Mocha. Today it means a chocolate/coffee mixture." So I guess this is more like the original definition of mocha!


★★★★★ 3 votes

5 Min
5 Min
Stove Top


  • 4 oz
    heavy whipping cream
  • 1 medium
    orange (valencia or other)
  • 3 Tbsp
  • 3 Tbsp
    very finely ground coffee (or use instant coffee)
  • 2-3 oz
    orange liquor (triple sec, cointreau, etc)

How to Make Orange-Mocha Coffee


  1. Whip the cream until soft peaks form. Grate the orange and add zest to whipped cream. Squeeze the rest of the orange juice.
  2. Bring 2 cups water to a boil. Add coffee grounds, or instant coffee, orange juice, sugar and orange liquor. Bring to a boil again.
  3. Divide coffee into 4 cups. Top with the orange cream and serve.

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About Orange-Mocha Coffee

Course/Dish: Hot Drinks
Main Ingredient: Coffee/Tea/Beverage
Regional Style: German
Hashtags: #AUSTRIAN #Austria

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