Mocha Coffee S’mores Recipe

July 02, 2021 1 min read

Recette de café moka s’mores - Café Barista

If you like fire-roasted s’mores and mocha as much as we do, then this is sure to become one of your favourite dessert beverages.

The first step to making these mocha coffee s’mores is choosing the espresso blend. All our espresso blends are great for preparing this beverage; so go with your favourite!

ingredients for a moka smores


  • 1 tbsp of chocolate syrup or melted dark or milk chocolate

  • About 8 oz. of milk

  • 14–18 g of ground espresso

  • 5–6 large marshmallows

  • Crushed Graham crackers

  • Chocolate shavings for garnishing

  • A blowtorch

Preparing the Mocha S’mores

  1. Pour a tablespoon of chocolate syrup or melted chocolate into a latte cup.

  2. Grind 14 to 18 g of coffee into a portafilter and extract a long espresso over the chocolate.

  3. Mix the freshly extracted hot espresso and chocolate.

  4. Prepare microfoam by frothing your favourite plant-based or cow milk.

  5. Pour the microfoam over the espresso and chocolate mixture.

  6. Add the marshmallows to the mocha and roast them with a blowtorch until they reach the desired colour.

  7. Use a small spoon to sprinkle crushed Graham crackers and chocolate shavings over the roasted marshmallows.

  8. Have a sip!

For more espresso-based beverage recipes, check out the recipe section of our blog.

torching the marshmallows on a moka smores

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