It’s time for yet another Arby’s imitation! It’s time for an Arby’s Jamocha shake after Arby’s Beef and Cheddar Sandwich and Bronco Berry Sauce. When I was at Arby’s a few months ago, I noticed that they had a Jamocha Shake. Believe it or not, I had never tried this popular shake before, but I put it on my list to try.

Since I’ve never been a fan of Starbucks’ Jamocha Lattes, I was a little skeptical about this shake. I made the decision to purchase one, and I also received a standard shake to test out. The Jamocha Shake was a tasty drink. Since I enjoyed my Jamocha Shake and decided to give it a shot at home, I find it to be superior to Starbucks’ Jamocha Lattes.

If you’re looking for an easy drink recipe or simply an authentic Arby’s shake, I’ve simplified it and reduced the ingredients to just a few simple ones. Find out how I did it below.

What exactly is ARBY’S JAMOCHA SHAKE?

Arby’s is a fast-food chain that is known for serving delicious roast beef sandwiches to its customers. Arby’s decided to make their new Jamocha Shake available to the public after conducting a poll on their website!

This shake is a sort of milkshake with a tad of a bend. This milkshake is not your typical one. It’s chock full of coffee, ice cream, and other delicious ingredients. Chocolate and coffee lovers everywhere will undoubtedly enjoy it.

Additionally, making an Arby’s Jamocha Shake is so simple that even my child can do it. First, it will have the consistency of ice cream rather than a shake.
Second, store it in an airtight container and don’t leave it in the freezer for more than seven days.

What distinguishes MOCHA from JAMOCHA?

Despite their similarities, these two beverages have very little in common. Mocha is made with milk, espresso, and chocolate syrup. Due to the use of brewed coffee, this beverage contains caffeine. Jamocha, on the other hand, is a well-known authentic shake from a fast food restaurant with a distinctive flavor. It is not at all like a Mocha because it uses chocolate syrup and cold coffee.

How can leftovers be stored?

Your shake should not be kept in the refrigerator for more than four to six hours. It will become too liquidy if you leave it in the fridge for too long. It should be put back in the freezer for 30 minutes so that it solidifies.


A lot of people have been asking me how to freeze Arby’s Jamocha Shake; I have no clue about why. However, I will give my all to address this inquiry. There are two things to keep in mind if you want to freeze Arby’s Jamocha Shake.

How can a vegan version of ARBY’S JAMOCHA SHAKE be created?

Unfortunately, the vegan version is not available at Arby’s. As a result, I decided to modify the original shake to make it vegan. It came out very well. It’s so good that I’ll recommend it to vegans everywhere. Simply make use of almond, soy, or coconut milk. Include plant-based, dairy-free vanilla ice cream in your shake as well. The remaining steps will not change.


4 cups whole milk, 12 cups cold coffee, 2 tablespoons sugar, 5 tablespoons chocolate syrup, and 3 cups vanilla bean ice cream.

  • Blend the milk, sugar, and coffee until smooth.
  • Add ice cream and chocolate syrup after turning off the blender. Once more blend until smooth.
  • To thicken the shake, place it in the refrigerator for 15 to 30 minutes. 4. Drizzle chocolate syrup and Arby’s Jamocha Shake into the glasses. This step is optional. It’s up to you how much chocolate syrup you like.