Once upon a time there was a brilliant person who discovered chocolate. Some time later, or possibly earlier, we’re not quite sure, there lived another genius who discovered coffee. At some point, a third Einstein came along, put the two together and created chocolate coffee, or what most people today call mocha. But it wasn’t until May 2018 that the masterminds at our Landskrona oat factory finally created a liquid oat version of mocha and placed it in a sparkling silver container made of recyclable paper for you to enjoy. How lucky are we to be living in such an amazing time, right?
Listed in no particular order:
Plant-based - check.
Natural flavors - check.
Sooo good! - check.
What might be less amazing
Listed in a somewhat more thoughtful order to avoid starting with the least appetizing word of the three:
Sugar for the sake of taste—but less than 2.5% (which is pretty low compared to other mocha lattes out there, but we’re still going to go ahead and put our cards on the table.) - check.
Stabilizer so that some of the ingredients don’t just sit at the bottom - check. (But it’s still a good idea to shake the container a bit before enjoying.)
Acidity regulator so that the mocha and the oat base mingle nicely on your taste buds - check.
Water, oats (11%), coffee extract 2,8%, sugar 2,5%, rapeseed oil, cocoa powder 0,4%, acidity regulators (calcium carbonate, sodium carbonate), natural flavours, salt, stabilizer (gellan gum).
Energy 308 kJ/73 kcal
Fat 2.8 g
of which saturated 0.3 g
Carbohydrates 10 g
of which sugars 6.8 g
Fibre 1.2 g
Protein 1.4 g
Salt 0.21 g
Calcium 80 mg (10%*)
*Of the Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs).
Caffeine 34 mg /100 ml
The idea is to drink it cold, but if you want to warm it up you’re good too, as long as you pour it out of the carton first.
Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: South America, Asia, Africa. Organic.
Origin: EU (produced in Austria).
Origin: Peru, The Dominican Republic
Supplier: Reinhardt Schweitzer
Origin: USA, Caribbean.
Supplier: Donau Chem
Supplier: CP Kelco