That's kinda what a mocha is though. Although it's more like 1/5th coffee (espresso actually), 1/5th syrup, and 3/5ths milk. Same deal with Cappuccino and latte and pretty much all drinks other than coffee (or cafe americano, which just uses hot water instead of milk). For the most part, the only difference between the various drinks is what's mixed in flavor wise and how much milk versus foam.
Mocha's are normally made with cocoa, not with syrup, and are about 1/3 espresso, not coffee, and steamed milk (not cold).
I said it was espresso. You're the one who said coffee, remember?
Flavored mochas use syrup for the flavoring. You're correct that I neglected to mention the cocoa, but I figured that was assumed. I was trying to talk about the commonalities of all the coffee drinks, not just mochas.
Even if you use regular milk in order to make it a cold beverage, you are still using syrup, which you shouldn't, and coffee that is much weaker than it should be.
Steamed milk was also assumed. Why would you think otherwise? Where the hell does the foam I mentioned come from? And lest I remind you you were the one who talked about using coffee instead of espresso
. You do get that "coffee" is espresso mixed with hot water instead of steamed milk, right? Well, technically diluted with hot water, since you start with hot water (steam really) through a press to create the espresso in the first place.
But hey. I don't know anything about coffee.