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I stopped at a megastore in Hungary to pick up some water and a coffee for the drive. This time a Parmalat® – Caffèlatte Mocha. This mocha has a smooth taste, perfect on the go.
- Manufacturer: Mlékárna Kunín a.s.
- Energy: 287 kJ / 68 kcal per 100 ml
- Fat: 1.6 g of which 1.1 g saturates
- Carbohydrate: 10.2 g of which 9.7 g is sugar
- Protein: 3.2 g
- Salt: 0.15 g
- Caffeine content: N/A
- Packaging: 200 ml cup
- Recycling information: The cup is made of three-piece of plastic and each can be recycled but made of two different material (PP, PVC)
- Added Es: E500, E407, E412
- Where did the coffee grow: N/A
- Recommended preparation: Served chilled. Shake very well and then shake a bit more.
This Parmalat® Caffèlatte Mocha has a smooth taste with no aftertaste in the mouth. It has a few of the E components which I do not like but the taste is still good. It is funny how the manufacturer plays with the people. Most of us has no clue which E is made out of natural ingredients and which are chemicals. Depending on the language on the packaging and the country it is needed for they don’t always display the ingredients as Exxx but with a nickname. Not too fair. A lot more shaking is needed to have it ready for “full” consumption. I keep on forgetting to shake extra when I did it once already and the parts make it mocha stays on the bottom.
Where to buy
- In Hungary I saw it at major stores like Auchan and also at many filling stations.
- It is also available in Croatia, Bulgaria and Serbia.
- They manufacture it in the Czech republic so I’m sure it is available there as well.