A step by step guide that is easy to follow!
Coffee was first introduced to Vietnam by the French in 1857 because the environment proved to be the perfect place to grow Robusta coffee. Soon the country was a major exporter of the product, and they also developed their own way of making the drink.
This stemmed from the lack of fresh milk because dairy farming wasn’t very common in the region, so alternatives were used- in particular sweetened condensed milk that was blended with a dark roast coffee to produce a drink they call “cap he nau” (meaning brown coffee) or “ca phe sua” (meaning milk coffee). Further variations that are commonly seen include yoghurt, eggs, fruit, and sometimes even rice.
The Vietnamese use special filters to make their coffee, and often pour the finished product over ice to form a refreshing drink.
Your coffee is now ready to drink, enjoy!
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By following these steps you will create a tasty Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk. If you want to use further ingredients like fruits or rice, then simply prepare them and add them at Step 6 after the coffee has fully brewed and just prior to drinking it.
Vietnamese coffee is a traditional drink that uses the coffee bean in a very different way to other places in the world. By using condensed milk, ice, and fruit, it becomes a sweet treat. Learning how to make Vietnamese coffee is really easy. It simply needs you to have the right filter and some condensed milk, and then you can follow a series of simple steps to make it in no time.