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Chocozilla (from Brazilla!)

Our second chocolatey coffee blend, once intended as a limited edition, now a permanent offering thanks to popular demand! Fabulous hot, iced or as cold brew!

ChocoZilla is primarily volcanic-soil grown Saint Domingos from the Poços de Caldas region of Brazil, blended with Villalobos Arabica and Vietnamese Robusta for added punch and depth. Whereas Mocharagua is intense dark chocolate, ChocoZilla is a sweeter milk chocolate. It's a bit lighter and brighter, too, quite refreshing. Perfect both for fans of chocolatey coffees in general, and especially for anyone looking for one with more subtlety (ideal for serving to groups).

All natural. Delicious hot or iced, takes well to milk and sugar. We have been enjoying it as cold brew also, where it has the time to really develop its natural chocolate tones. 8 oz roasted coffee, Medium roast. Please select ground or whole bean. The special roast we use for this blend we call a "Chocolate Roast", which is a Medium Roast with an extended lowered-temperature period after First Crack that enables the chocolate and butter tones of these beans to develop fully.

Caffeine level: Medium-High (approximately 130 mg per serving).

Back in stock! Our new container of the 2022 crop of St. Domingos beans we use as the base for Chocozilla has arrived and we are roasting up a storm and loving it.


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  1. 5 Star Review a repeat buyer

    My fav ,great flavor

    Posted by on Apr 3rd 2024

  2. 5 Star Review Go! Go!

    Chocozilla! Totally lives up to the name: nice and chocolaty.

    Posted by on Dec 29th 2023

  3. 5 Star Review great

    just enough chocolate taste

    Posted by on Nov 1st 2023

  4. 5 Star Review A back palate delight

    One of my favorites for everyday drinking - rich, chocolatey, and delicious

    Posted by on Sep 15th 2023

  5. 5 Star Review Smooth

    Very balanced medium roast coffee with a nice hint of chocolate. Highly recommend to give it a try.

    Posted by on Feb 17th 2022

  6. 5 Star Review Coffee water cream

    Nothing but this coffee, water, and cream are needed to start my day off right. If you use a technivorm, my recipe is to add water for 6 cups but coffee for 8 cups. Brew as usual on extra hot setting with quality water. Then add cream until the texture/color/temp reach your preference. I’m trying lots of great coffee from Len’s, each email about a sale has me testing something new, and this is a great find. Highly recommend you give it a try.

    Posted by on Sep 14th 2021

  7. 5 Star Review Fantastic!!

    This is the 5th blend from Len's I've tried and it's by far my favorite! Very smooth and delicious. Right amount of strength and that signature Len's coffee robust mouthfeel. This is the product I was searching for when I first began shopping online for coffee about a month ago!

    Posted by on Nov 23rd 2020

  8. 5 Star Review Yum?

    I really enjoy this brew with a hint chocolate flavor.

    Posted by on Nov 20th 2020

  9. 5 Star Review Incredible

    Where has this been all my life? It was so smooth and delicious I wanted to drink it throughout the day rather than just in the morning like I normally would. Will be buying again!

    Posted by on Nov 18th 2020

  10. 5 Star Review Delicious

    This is my go-to when I want a break from phin-filter full-on vietnamese coffee, and want more of a French Press brew. Still chocolatey and low acidity, absolutely delicious.

    Posted by on Nov 20th 2018

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