Origin of mocha
Words nearby mocha
How to use mocha in a sentence
Fagerstron asked, noting "I have formula (orange container/sensitive) and mocha stuff on my list."
But first—a mocha latte, then he's going back to camp out on Pearl Square all night.
At Calvin Klein, Francisco Costa showed restrained shifts in subtly shifting textures from ivory to mocha.
Mocha is the offspring of the marriage of two plain-looking beans: coffee and cacao.
Mocha is generally considered to be the best type of coffee, with Java a close second.Woodcraft and Camping|George Washington Sears (Nessmuk)
The Mocha appears also in the Kidd narratives, and continued her career of piracy till 1699, at least.
Off Mocha he saw an animal, five miles distant, that lifted the body high out of the water like a snake.Mythical Monsters|Charles Gould
They sent a few pounds in 1721 to Amsterdam, where the coffee brought a higher price than Java or Mocha.
Next to Mocha, the Cazengo coffee is the smallest bean that is to be found in the European markets.
British Dictionary definitions for mocha (1 of 2)
- a dark brown colour
- (as adjective)mocha shoes