Today I will show you how to make an iced mocha. It doesn't really have to be mocha, it's just turning coffee into delicious, soothing, relaxing, iced coffee of any flavor with a chocolate twist. It barely has any caffeine, since it's mostly milk.
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Step 1: Materials
The materials you need are
-any large water bottle (although i used a chaser)
-coffee of any choice
-knowledge on how to use a coffee maker
-ice ice baby
-you need some milk
-chocolate milk powder like nesquik and stuff
Step 2: Making the Coffee
The first step to this beverage is to put about 3 tbsp. of chocolate milk powder into the bottle, then pour about 1 cup of your coffee. You don't have to mix it, since we'll shake it up at the end. By the way, the coffee i used was peanut butter cup flavored and i used nesquik.
Step 3: Making It Cold
the next step is to make it cold. Pour ice until the ice is about level with the coffee/chocolate mix, then pour milk for the rest. Don't put too much ice since it'll take up too much space for the milk.
Step 4: Shake and Enjoy
now, cover your water bottle and shake it. Do whatever you want with it after, maybe drink it and its pretty good. I use it to have a bit of caffeine to have energy for an assignment like this, and hopefully you enjoy. FaZe up.