hot cafe mocha in tall size?

KDH

Senior Member
Korean
So let's say you walked into a Starbucks and wanted to order a cup of cafe mocha. What do you say and in what order?

"Can I get a hot cafe mocha in tall size?"
"Can I get a tall, hot cafe mocha?"
"Can I get a cafe mocha, hot and tall?"

Which one is a correct way to say this, and if none of these is correct, what's your suggestion?
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    What I would say if I drank coffee: I'd like a hot Caffè Mocha, tall.

    Here are their drink sizes: Short (8 fl. oz.), Tall (12 fl. oz.), Grande (16 fl. oz.), Venti® Hot (20 fl. oz.), Venti® Cold (24 fl. oz.) and Trenta®* Cold (30 fl. oz.).
     

    KDH

    Senior Member
    Korean
    What I would say if I drank coffee: I'd like a hot Caffè Mocha, tall.

    Here are their drink sizes: Short (8 fl. oz.), Tall (12 fl. oz.), Grande (16 fl. oz.), Venti® Hot (20 fl. oz.), Venti® Cold (24 fl. oz.) and Trenta®* Cold (30 fl. oz.).
    Thank you Copyright. What about "I'd like a hot caffe Mocha in tall size"? Would it be too unatural to speak this?
     
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