VIETNAMESE ICED COFFEE(CÀ PHÊ SUA DÁ)
What is Vietnamese Coffee?
Vietnamese coffee is a medium-to-dark roasted coffee, traditionally brewed in a small drip filter (called a phin). The most popular way to enjoy Vietnamese coffee is to mix it with sweetened condensed milk and serve it over ice.
What makes our coffee different?
Most Vietnamese coffee available today contains added flavors like Chicory and is actually produced from non-Vietnamese grown coffee. We source our coffee directly from Vietnam and roast in house to achieve the perfect balance without adding any additional flavors.
How to make a perfect cup of vietnamese coffee
Vietnamese ground coffee
Sweetened condensed milk (optional)
Vietnamese metal coffee filter
Large glass with ice, long spoon (optional)
Pour some condensed milk in a small glass, 1 to 3 tablespoons, depending on how sweet you like your coffee.
Add about 2 tablespoons of coffee. Level off coffee, insert the filter insert and pack grounds tightly.
Place filter on a small glass and fill to brim with boiling water. Cover with the filter’s lid. It should take between 4-5 minutes for the water to filter completely through.
Remove filter and stir coffee and milk thoroughly. Sweetened coffee should be the color of dark brown suede.
Serve hot or over ice. Ice helps to dilute the coffee.