Review: I love the iced mocha a ‘latte’

January 12, 2022


Gretchen Lucina

SWEET TREAT: I ordered this delicious iced mocha latte during my 6th period lunch.

Once or twice a week, I treat myself to the iced mocha latte at the school cafe. This drink is unmatched. It consists of espresso, milk, and the key ingredient: chocolate syrup. With the luxury of having my mom’s credit card attached to my ID number, the overpriced but simultaneously delicious latte is free (for me). If you haven’t tried it yet, now is the time to order it.

The process is quick, quicker than the 15 minute long Starbucks line, I’d say. You tell them your order, pay, and the drink is ready in less than 3 minutes. I would even rather get the mocha at school than the mocha at Starbucks as well. Some say it is straight sugar, but I say it is straight happiness. 

One major tip to full enjoyment is you have to stir the bottom of the drink before you consume it. Otherwise, when you are finishing the drink you will have a mouthful of straight mocha. I have tried other drinks at the cafe, but nothing compares. 

My go-to drink at Dunkin’ is an iced coffee with vanilla swirl, and I have tried this at the cafe, and I simply didn’t like it. I wouldn’t even have thought to get the mocha if it wasn’t for my sister who introduced it to me. And, once again, the mocha at the cafe is the best I have ever had. 

One week, the cafe ran out of the chocolate and it was a sad couple of days for all of my fellow mocha lovers. The price is a little sickening, but you will not be disappointed with the results. I just got my friend and fellow editor, Julia Hanson to love it, so you will too.

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