Did you perhaps mean bocaccio?
“Starbucks recently announced that it would heed applicable federal state and local laws on gun possession, opening the door to allowing people to order a mochaccino with a Glock on their hip.”
“Kylie got a mochaccino with a caramel swirl, which seemed more like ice cream than coffee to Rose, who had a frothy café au lait.”
“Some health advocates wonder whether high school students really need any more caffeine, or the calories in that caramel mochaccino.”
“Just because people don't want to go to a store that only sells music doesn't mean they don't want to buy music while also getting a mochaccino from Starbucks, or a flat screen TV from Best Buy, or some ammo from Wal-Mart.”
“It's time for them to wake up and smell the coffee -- or the mochaccino.”
“And miss out on the accordion player, the Internet hookup, the washing machines, the art exhibit and an unlimited supply of Swiss almond mochaccino?”
“However, it sounds like he got hit in front of the Starbucks as he was walking past, not while he was drinking his mochaccino . . .”
“* May i still qualify as a liberal elitist if I prefer an over-extracted mochaccino?”
“I live in the neighbourhood and if you would like we could meet up for an iced mochaccino sometime.”
“His eyeballs were about the only things exposed as he zipped across Main Street from Coffee Talk, with a to-go cup of mochaccino in one gloved hand, to the Bowl-a-Rama.”
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