Last Updated: Mar 10, 2023 @ 2:59 pm.

What is the best mocha syrup for coffee? To find out, we gathered the coffee enthusiasts among our staff and tried out seven different brands. Which had the best taste? What about sugar-free options? And what is best for white chocolate mochas? Here are the winners.

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Finding the Best Mocha Syrup for Coffee & A Recipe!

As coffee enthusiasts, we understand the desire for something sweet—and a mocha-infused coffee is often just what the doctor ordered.

To find the best bets in this category, we employed our trademark blind taste tests. That way we aren’t influenced by brands or packages. And sometimes these tests yield surprises—in this case, a sugar-free mocha syrup rose to the top of our results, beating out sugar-filled options.

(If you like our mocha syrup picks, you’ll love our picks for the best caramel syrup for coffee).

Before we get the winners, here is a quick recipe for a Keto Chocolate Mug Cake! You’re welcome.

Recipe: Keto Chocolate Mug Cake

Best Mocha Syrup for Coffee Keto Chocolate Mug Cake


5 min


45 seconds


6 mins


1 TBSP melted butter

3 TBSP almond flour

2 TBSP Sugar Free Mocha Syrup

2 TBSP low carb sweetener

1 TBSP cocoa powder

1/2 TSP baking powder

1 whisked egg

2 TBSP fat free whipped cream


In a microwave safe mug, mix all ingredients until combined. Microwave for 45 seconds. Top with whipped cream and enjoy!

Recipe and photo credit: Jordan’s Skinny Syrups 

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Best Sugar Free

Made in the USA
This syrup beat out several full-sugar competitors with the impressive flavor. Blends quickly in coffee.
$17.99 ($0.35 / Fl Oz)

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Best Vegan Friendly

We liked the subtle vanilla flavor notes in this syrup that uses Dutch-processed cocoa. Dissolves super fast.
$31.95 ($0.50 / Fl Oz)

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Best For White Chocolate Mochas

Thick, sweet texture
For fans of that famous coffee chain's white chocolate mocha drink, this syrup comes very close to that taste. Super yummy.
$14.27 ($0.22 / Fl Oz)

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About the Authors

Alan Fields is a consumer advocate and best-selling author. He has authored 12 books with three million copies in print, including the best-selling guide to baby gear, Baby Bargains.

Fields has been featured and quoted in the New York TimesWall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times.

As a consumer products expert, Alan Fields has made guest appearances on the NBC Today Show, Good Morning America and ABC's 20/20.

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