If you are a coffee lover, Vietnam is a paradise for you. Vietnam is the second largest coffee exporter in the world, so there are a lot of different types of coffee and different methods of brewing coffee. Vietnamese coffee has become a unique part of the culture and daily life. Therefore, why don’t you discover Vietnamese coffee? Here are 6 different styles of coffee in Vietnam that you should try.
Egg Coffee has a Vietnamese name which is ‘Cà Phê Trứng’. It attracts a lot of foreign visitors due to its unique name and taste. Its ingredients are fresh eggs, coffee, sugar and milk. It is brewed in a small cup and decorated with a pattern. This coffee is made by whipping raw egg yolk with condensed milk. It is the delicious flavour of the cream on the top of the cup mixed with the bitterness of coffee, which brings a rich taste. So, it is a must-try drink!
You should try egg coffee at: 10 Hang Muoi Street, Old Quarter of Hanoi, Vietnam.
Black Iced Coffee
For many Vietnamese people, black iced coffee has become an indispensable part of every morning. For example, you can catch many cafes in every corner in Hanoi and it is easy to see a person enjoying a cup of black iced coffee. The bitterness is mixed with the strong taste of coffee, which makes lots of people fall in love. This is a specific taste which is only found in Vietnam.
You should try Black Iced Coffee at: 157 Nguyen Dinh Thi, Hanoi.
Iced Coffee with Milk
It is a traditional coffee in Vietnam from filter coffee, ice and condensed milk. It is not too strong or too sweet. Enjoying a cup of iced coffee with milk in the hustle and bustle of Vietnam’s streets will definitely be a memorable experience for you when visiting Vietnam and it will also help you to have a relaxed spirit to start a travel day.
You should try Iced Coffee with Milk at: 180/17 Nguyen Huu Canh, Binh Thanh district, Ho Chi Minh City
Salty coffee is a special type of Vietnamese coffee. It has coffee filter, ice, salt and fermented milk. Dripping filtered coffee is served in a cup of salty cream. Moreover, the strong smell of Vietnamese coffee combined with the rich taste of milk and salt, makes an unforgettable aroma. Salty coffee became the specialty of Hue and Hue people’s pride when introducing to visitors.
You should try Salty Coffee at: 10 Nguyen Luong Bang, Hue.
From the name ‘Coconut’, it creates a sense of being cool in sunny and cloudy tropics. Its main ingredients are coffee and coconut cream. An interesting creation, the combination between coffee and Ben Tre coconut creates a flavourful Vietnamese coffee. If you love the quietness, you should choose a comfortable seat in a cold room, enjoy the music and sip a cup of coconut coffee.
You should try Coconut Coffee at: 20 Nguyen Dinh Hoan, Cau Giay district, Hanoi
Instant coffee is the coffee that is directly processed from the coffee that has been dried, then coffee beans are pureed into powder. How to make instant coffee? Firstly, you heat up a cup a water. Secondly, you add 1 teaspoon of instant coffee to a mug. Then, you dissolve the coffee with a tablespoon of cold water, pour the hot water into the mug. Finally, you mix in sugar and add milk or cream. In Vietnam, there are some famous instant coffee brands:
- Café G7: It is directly manufactured by Trung Nguyen group and this is one of the most popular brands in Vietnam which is known by a lot of people all over the world.
- Café Vincafe: Whenever people mention the best packaged coffee on the market in Vietnam, they can’t miss Vincafe. Their products are made in small shapes and the attractive taste satisfies many people.
- MacCoffee: It is directly produced from Singapore and it also has a different name which is ‘Café Phố’.
In summary, the suggestions above will help you have wonderful experience in Vietnam and know more about the different styles of coffee in Vietnam. Besides amazing coffee, Vietnam is also home to some of the most amazing ec0-friendly cafes too! If you want to find more information, please check out the website: https://ilovevietnamtour.com/.
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