Godiva Belgian Blends

by Coca-Cola North America/Godiva Chocolatier

Product Type

Dairy: Smoothie and Shakes


9.5 fl oz (281ml) glass

Nutritional Info

Serving size: 1 bottle;
Amount per serving: Calories: 200;
Total fat: 3.5g;
Saturated fat: 2.5g;
Cholesterol: 15mg;
Sodium: 140mg;
Total carbs: 37g;
Fiber: 0g;
Sugars: 35g;
Protein: 6g;
Vitamin A: 0%;
Vitamin C: 0%;
Calcium: 20%;
Iron: 0%


Reduced fat milk, coffee, sugar, natural flavors, cocoa powder, sodium bicarbonate, cellulose gel, carrageenan, mono and diglycerides, cellulose gum, caffeine

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Review: Milk Chocolate Mocha

Posted: Aug 13, 2006 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Aug 14, 2006 at 5:43 PM)
Milk Chocolate Mocha is a drinkable RTD coffee "blend" that's on par (in terms of quality and refreshment) with Starbucks RTD lattes. In this case, it's using the Godiva name, but there's very little, aside from the label, that feels like a Godiva product. The chocolate flavor is second to the milk and the quality is not good enough to convince us that there is some benefit to having Godiva's name on this product. Coffee is a tertiary flavor and one that could use a bit more strength. Overall, we'd find this product a lot more drinkable if it weren't so heavy on the milk flavor. As for the packaging, it's the same bottle used by Planet Java, Coke's last foray into the RTD coffee category, and it feels just as stark and cheap as it did last time around. The foil label on the bottom portion of the bottle helps, but not enough to overcome the other shortcomings of this product. We don't think this product will make much more than a blip on the radar of Pepsi's Starbuck's Frappuccinos.