This thinned beverage hits the tongue with a surprisingly competent creaminess and sufficing sweetness. The experience is diluted but negligibly so, however the mocha allegation is viscid and fake like chocolate syrup. Then there is the coffee presence, a milquetoast and unstimulating brew that is understated and muffled under the weight of imitation mocha and milkiness. Drinking like the obvious poor-man's International Delight, this light Hood Latte is a product you feel bad for, and continue sipping out of pity.
Each eight ounces contains a modest sixty milligrams of caffeine and that is it. You really have to drink a few serving to get that morning drip-brew buzz, and by that point you have had so many calories that you might as well had gotten a coffee and doughnut at Tim Horton's. And that is how this beverage is overall; you should have just gotten something else.