The Cocomo at Duch Bros consists of coconut syrup, the signature chocolate milk, and robust espresso, and it is topped with whipped cream. The tempting mocha flavor can be consumed hot, iced, or blended according to your preference. In this article, we would teach you all you need to know about it and more importantly - how to make it.
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What is Dutch Bros Cocomo?

Dutch Bros Cocomo is a refreshing, creamy coconut beverage. It’s made with real coconut milk and blended with our signature Dutch Bros Coffee. You can get it hot or iced, with dairy or non-dairy options!

Dutch Bros Cocomos: How Many Calories Are There?

The number of calories in a Cocomo will vary depending on the size and flavor you select.

You can order it blended, iced, or heated. They all have varying calorie counts. Iced is the least healthy option.

The heated version of a medium-sized Cocomo contains 540 calories, while an iced version of the same size has 420 calories.

The blended Cocomo has the highest calories, with 730 per standard cup.

  • Medium (Hot): 540 calories every 16 fl oz
  • 420 calories for every 24 fluid ounces of medium (iced)
  • 720 calories for every 24 fl oz of medium (blended)

What Does It Taste & Look Like?

Appearance

The appearance of the Cocomo is very similar to that of an iced mocha. You can modify the color by including a splash of coconut milk, and you can also boost the flavor of the coconut by doing so.

Flavor

Dutch Bros Cocomo Flavor chocolate milk and robust espresso are topped with whipped cream.

The flavor of this drink is so good; I think it’s the perfect way to enjoy summer days!

How to Make Dutch Bros Cocomo

1. Using an espresso machine, make two separate shots and set them apart. Coffee that has been brewed or that has been poured over ice should not be used since we need a robust brew that will compete with the other components. Both the Machine and the Cup

2. After the espresso has finished brewing, put it somewhere it can cool off.

The next step is to get ready a bottle, a cocktail shaker, or a mason jar with a lid. This is going to be what we use to mix the beverage—espresso with Two Separate Shots.

3. Remove the chocolate milk from the refrigerator and pour 9 ounces of it into the Shaker of your choice.

The coconut syrup should then be added to the Shaker–Shaker filled with Chocolate Milk.

4. Ensure that the Shaker has a good, secure seal.

Shake the Shaker for one minute with the lid on so that the coconut syrup and chocolate milk may be mixed. Shake Drink!

5. Crack open the Shaker and pour in the iced coffee when it has had time to chill.

Continue to shake the mixture for a few extra seconds to allow the ice to cool the liquids; Pour Espresso Into Shaker.

6. Obtain the tall glass of your choice and pour the Cocomo into it.

Put some ice in the drink to remain cool until you are done drinking it. Enjoy!

What is the strongest drink at Dutch Bros?

The 9-1-1 is a powerful and energizing beverage consisting of six shots of espresso, half and half, and Irish cream syrup. You can now consume it hot, cold, or blended, depending on your preference!

Can you make dutch bros cocomo at home?

Can you make dutch bros cocomo at home? Definitely!

As listed above, we show you how to make Dutch Bros cocomo at home in only a few minutes.

This is a wonderful beverage to have whenever you want, especially during the summer months when it’s hot outside.

Although this is a good recipe for cold days too.

The ingredients are simple, and it only takes about 10 minutes to make!

Conclusion

So I have to say the cocoa drink is delicious. It has a nice coffee flavor with just a hint of chocolate.

You may say that this offers the best of both worlds to you. I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves coffee, coconuts, and chocolate. Whatever you like better, you will love this drink!

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