Mention Vietnam to anyone, and the conversation might conjure up a few things – the beautiful scenery, happy people, the chaotic, thrilling big cities. But as someone who has spent much time traveling through Vietnam, there’s one thing for me that stands out as synonymous with the country, and that’s the burgeoning coffee culture that has taken hold.
Once you take into account Vietnam’s history, it’s hardly surprising that coffee has caught on so well. Formerly a colony of France, a country renowned for it’s café lifestyle, it was the French who first introduced coffee to Vietnam in the mid-19th century. Yet in the years since, the Vietnamese have turned it into a drink of their own, with somewhat unusual but delicious ways of drinking the black stuff becoming mainstream. .
On any given street in Vietnam, if you could look into the houses and the shops, the chances you’ll find someone enjoying traditional Vietnamese drip coffee are very high. It’s a simple but delicious drink; ground coffee is added to a metal filter, or phin, which is on the top of the cup. Water is then added, which seeps through the ground coffee and into the cup below. If you’re not a fan of black coffee, it’s typical to add condensed milk to get a sweeter drink.
It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s a staple of Vietnamese life. .
Vietnam is the second largest exporter of coffee in the world, there are many kinds of coffee here that you can choose to buy as gifts such as Trung Nguyen, Vinacafe, Me Trang ...
Now enjoy a cup of black coffee in the morning.
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