Vietnam TravelCoffee 101: How to Order Vietnamese Coffee Like A Boss in Vietnam

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There’s nothing like a good cup of coffee in the morning, and if you’re lucky enough to be in Vietnam, you can enjoy some of the best coffee in the world. Vietnamese coffee is strong, flavorful, and truly unique. If you’re new to Vietnamese coffee, or if you want to impress your friends with your coffee knowledge, read on for a quick guide to ordering Vietnamese coffee like a boss.

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The first thing you need to know about Vietnamese coffee is that it is usually made with dark roast beans. This gives the coffee a rich, robust flavor that is often compared to chocolate or espresso. The second thing you need to know is that Vietnamese coffee is always brewed using a filter. This filtration process helps to create a smooth, creamy cup of coffee that is perfect for sipping slowly.

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Now that you know the basics, let’s get into how to order your Vietnamese coffee like a professional. When you walk into a cafe in Vietnam, you will usually be given two choices: ca phe da (iced coffee) or ca phe sua da (iced milk coffee). If you want to stay true to tradition, go for the ca phe da. This classic beverage is made by slowly drip-filtering dark roast coffee over sweetened condensed milk. The result is a thick, syrupy drink that is both sweet and strong.

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If you want something a little lighter, opt for the ca phe sua da. This refreshing drink is made with the same drip-filtered dark roast coffee, but it also includes fresh milk and ice. The milk helps to balance out the sweetness of the condensed milk and makes for a more refreshing cup of coffee.

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In Vietnam, you can enjoy some of the best coffee in the world. Vietnamese coffee is strong, flavorful, and truly unique. If you’re new to Vietnamese coffee or want to impress your friends with your coffee knowledge, read on for a quick guide to ordering Vietnamese coffee like a boss. Stay true to tradition with ca phe da (iced coffee), made by slowly drip-filtering dark roast coffee over sweetened condensed milk. Or try ca phe sua da (iced milk coffee), made with drip-filtered dark roast coffee as well as fresh milk and ice – perfect for when you want something lighter.

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No matter which drinks you choose, make sure to take your time and enjoy every sip of your delicious Vietnamese coffee. Thanks for reading and happy caffeinating!

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ca phe trung (pronounced kah-feh troong), which is a unique Vietnamese coffee made with egg yolks and condensed milk that creates a creamy and rich texture, definitely worth a try if you’re a coffee lover!

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You should definitely give ca phe trung a shot if you’re a coffee lover. It’s a distinct Vietnamese coffee made with egg yolks and condensed milk, resulting in a delightfully creamy and rich texture. It’s a unique experience that’s totally worth trying!

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When traveling to Vietnam, make sure to add ordering Vietnamese coffee like a boss to your to-do list! Don’t be intimidated by the unfamiliar names and customs, just remember to choose between hot or iced, add some sugar if you like, and be open to trying new things. The unique flavors and styles of Vietnamese coffee are waiting for you to discover them! So go ahead, take a sip and let your taste buds be amazed.

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lemondrops777

I’m so excited to try all these different types of coffee while I’m in Vietnam!

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anon23

I love reading about different cultures and learning about their customs. This article is a great way to learn about how to order coffee in Vietnam. The article discusses the different types of coffee, the different ways to make coffee, and the different flavors. I think that anyone visiting Vietnam would enjoy learning about this custom.

AaliyahCarter07
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@anon23 However, I think the article could have gone into more detail about the different types of coffee beans used in Vietnam and how they affect the flavor.

WeiWei777
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After reading this article, I’m ready to order coffee like a boss and sip on the unique flavor!

hanoihottie
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The article discusses how to order coffee like a boss in Vietnam. It provides tips on how to make the perfect cup of coffee and enjoy the best Vietnamese coffee. If you’re looking for a great place to order coffee, I would recommend the coffee shop down the street. It’s a great place to get a cup of coffee and relax.

ThreadTactician
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iced Vietnamese coffee” is a great way to start the morning

NeonVibes
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I love Vietnamese coffee! It’s one of my favorite drinks in the world.

NomNomNom
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I have been craving Vietnamese coffee so much lately. A local place opened up in the fall that serves a few Vietnamese style drinks but they just aren’t the same. They didn’t satisfy the craving for me. 

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FFF1

I had no idea that ordering coffee in Vietnam could be so intricate. I appreciate the tips and cultural insights, it will definitely make my experience more authentic.

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DeLaCruz

It’s important to know how to order coffee in different countries because it can be a very different experience based on what culture you are in, especially if you are ordering at an international cafe like Starbucks compared to a local cafe shop.

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kikosan

I’m going to Vietnam this summer and I want to learn how to order my coffee like a boss. It’s just one of those things that I think makes me feel more like a local, and I love the taste of Vietnamese coffee.

weenie
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I love how many different drinks they offer over there in terms of coffee and tea. I feel like Asian countries in general have been so far ahead of many western nations in this department. 

HaiTay
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I love coffee drinks but not straight coffee so this was actually helpful for me. I am not widely familiar with all the options and names of these drinks in Vietnam. It will make my next trip so much easier to navigate!

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I’m glad to see this article because I was just trying to order a Vietnamese coffee the other day and I didn’t know how.

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