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Mocharagua

Look, we love chocolate, okay? We're not ashamed to admit it. And we know a lot of you guys agree with us: coffee is good, but chocolatey coffee is even better!

Hence the Mocharagua coffee. It's mostly Nicaraguan Arabica, roasted to a slightly deeper roast point to bring out its pronounced sweet-chocolate tones without over-toasting them. Then we added Binh An Screen 16 Robusta, because Vietnamese Robusta has the perfect dark cocoa undercurrent. The premium Robusta also rounds out the palate and gives the coffee a broader appeal, making this a real crowd-pleaser.

All this with no additives or flavorings. Just the natural tastes and aromas of the coffee beans. We think you'll love this coffee. It's amazing iced, too--try it Vietnamese-style! 8 ounce bags roasted coffee, please select ground or whole bean.

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  1. 5 Star Review Great Coffee

    We've been purchasing from Len since he went online.

    Mocharagua is excellent by itself or blended with other Len's nuggets. One of our favorite blends is Mocharagua, Sang Tao 1, and Chocozilla.

    We use a French press containing:
    4oo ml hot water, 2 tbl spoons of Sang Tao, and 1 tbl spoon each of the other two.

    After adding the hot water we stir for two minutes, and then let it stand for 2 minutes before pressing.

    Full bodied, deeply flavored coffee is the result. Great iced or hot. Simply wonderful.

    Posted by on Jul 17th 2022

  2. 5 Star Review Delicious Coffee

    The Vietnamese coffees are still my favorites, but Moccaragua runs a close second. It is very good coffee. I am using it as a substitute until I can get more of the Trung Nguyen coffee.

    Posted by on Jul 14th 2022

  3. 5 Star Review repeat buyer

    Tis is my fav of Len's , I enjoy the choc highlights.

    Posted by on May 20th 2022

  4. 4 Star Review Great. Quite a chocolate flavor

    Grind beans freshly often mixing with TN Creative #4, Mexican Mocha, or PEET’S French Roast. Glorious!!

    Posted by on Aug 4th 2021

  5. 5 Star Review No additives or flavorings

    It's easy to add in flavorings, but this coffee blend exudes chocolate-yness with only careful attention to roasting and varietal choices. That makes this very special. A pleasant comparison with Len's Chocozilla (from Brazilla). I recommend trying both of these coffees.

    Posted by on Oct 20th 2020

  6. 5 Star Review repeat buyer

    Yes, I'm a repeat buyer of this coffee. i like the subtle chocolate highlights. Its smooth and not acidic.

    Posted by on Sep 24th 2020

  7. 5 Star Review Glad I tried this!

    This is truly a surprise new favorite. I am a long time lover of the Trung Nguyen "S" blend coffee, but I decided to give this a shot given it's promise of rich chocolatey goodness. I am very glad I did as it produces one of the most chocolatey cups of coffee I have ever had. Brewed in either a drip machine, phin filter or stovetop moka pot, I find this has a somewhat "cleaner" flavor profile than most of the Trung Nguyen blends making it my new preferred coffee for drinking hot, while I think the TN "S" blend will still be my favorite for iced.
    Black or with milk (I don't think it needs sugar) the Mocharagua is simply fantastic!

    Posted by on Feb 18th 2020

  8. 5 Star Review repeat buyer

    I am a repeat buyer, this is my fav

    Posted by on Jan 30th 2019

  9. 5 Star Review repeat buyer

    my fav. choco, low acid. consistent bag to bag
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    Posted by on Dec 24th 2018

  10. 5 Star Review Fab for espresso

    Love these beans; usually mix 1:1 with TN #4 for double espresso or cappuccino every morning

    Posted by on Dec 9th 2018

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