The next coffee I tried on a business trip to fill in the gap while no freshly brewed coffee was available. When it comes to business trips one of the hardest is to get fresh coffee at different times of the day. That is when instant coffees come in play.
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- Manufacturer: Mokate
- Energy: 1847 kJ / 438 kcal per 100 g (almost the full bag)
- Fat: 10 g of which 8.2 g saturates
- Carbohydrate: 83 g of which 62 g is sugar
- Protein: 3.4 g
- Salt: 0.66 g
- Caffeine content: 35 mg / 100 ml
- Packaging: 110 g in a plastic / aluminium bag
- Recycling information: Packaging can be recycled as 90 – Plastics / aluminium
- Added Es: E340
- Where did the coffee grow: N/A
- Recommended preparation: Measure 9 small spoon of the powder into a cup. Add 200 ml hot but not boiling (80 ℃) water to it. Stir it well. Ready for consumption.
Taste is not bad but not too much coffee in it. It is sweet. I prefer coffee that is less sweet.
I bought my bag in the Netherlands. It was discounted to half price as a store was going out of business. The half price was still a lot more expensive compared to the price of it in Hungary. If I only knew it is available in Hungary… This tells me that maybe it is me but most probably most of us. We never read all the text on the packaging before buying. It has all information on the packaging in Hungarian. Why would it be if it was not available in Hungary?