Jakarta – Cappuccino and mochaccino are two popular types of coffee drinks. Although both have similar names, there are differences in their composition and way of presentation. These two types are often found in a number of coffee shops.
Below is an explanation of the difference between cappuccino and mochaccino. Check out the full review.
1. Differences in Composition
Cappuccino: Cappuccino consists of 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk (heated and produces foam), and 1/3 non-steamed milk.
Mochaccino: Mochaccino also consists of espresso and milk, but is added with chocolate. Usually, cocoa powder or chocolate syrup is used to give this drink a chocolate flavor.