How to Make Vietnamese Coffee? Giveaway | Cà Phê Sữa Đá

Vietnam food: How to Make Vietnamese Coffee? Giveaway | Cà Phê Sữa Đá

Today, I will show you how to make Vietnamese coffee (cafe sữa đá). It’s very easy because you only need:
– Cafe phin (You can buy it at any Vietnamese market, enter the GIVEAWAY to win authentic Vietnamese coffee and a whole set of the coffee filter)
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– 3 teaspoons of ground coffee (you can use Du Monde or Trung Nguyen coffee)
– 2 tablespoons of condensed milk (I used Longevity brand sữa ông thọ, you can adjust the sweet level if you want)
If you follow my recipe and successfully made your own Vietnamese coffee, comment down below and tag me on your social media 🙂

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39 Responses to "How to Make Vietnamese Coffee? Giveaway | Cà Phê Sữa Đá"

  1. Vietnam is my favorite place to visit I like the people there are very kind and especially I love the coffee there and the green tea they have

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  2. Vietnamese coffee is the bomb the first time I when I came to Vietnam the next morning I had Vietnamese coffee it was so good I had a second cup of coffee Vietnam is number one

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  3. Xin chào Vân. Bạn nghĩ bạn có quá xinh và duyên dáng quá không.Bạn nên thi cuộc thi miss nào đó. Tôi là 1 người có gia đình nhưng phải nói bạn cuốn hút thật. Chúc bạn may mắn và thành công.

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  4. Thank you. I used to live in Port Arthur, TX, where there is a large Vietnamese population (fishing/shrimping) and loved to go to the markets there–where they also had Vietnamese coffee. We recently made it to a restaurant in Austin where we live now that we really enjoy. One day, I asked if they had it (not on the menu) and they did accommodate us and it brought back so many good memories. I ordered most of our meal in Vietnamese, which really impressed my date. Thank you for sharing this method.

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  5. I remember my first Vietnamese coffee in Da Lat sometimes in late 80', in an old, stately hotel from French era on the lake, and later on "Continental shelf" (already enclosed, so no longer a shelf) in Saigon. The tar-like vile concoction burns a hole in your stomach if you try to drink it without milk, but I got used to it in no time at all. I usually drank it hot with a side of freshly squeezed orange juice.

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  6. I'd given up caffeine before I went to Vietnam (I used to get bad headaches that could last hours) but after finding Vietnamese coffee I reversed my decision. Luckily I found somewhere in England (actually over the border in Wales) that imports Vietnamese coffee, so I have it every evening now.

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  7. I plan on coming to Vietnam as soon as I can. I might work there and if not I will live there and enjoy the Vietnamese and their culture. Funny that coffee is enjoyed in Vietnam and in China it’s always tea. Thanks for your videos! 再见👋

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  8. Nguyenvanquy nguyenvanquy · Edit

    Kêu gọi các cty của các nước đầu tư ở trung quốc chuyển hết sang vietnam đi ok .và kêu gọi mỹ hãy đầu tư mạnh vào vietnam và kêu gọi các cty của mỹ và châu âu EU sang vietnam đầu tư ở vietnam đi ok

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  9. Nguyenvanquy nguyenvanquy · Edit

    Làm kênh kêu gọi mỹ hãy hợp tác mí nga và viêtnam và nhật bản ấn độ anh pháp mỹ và úc và kêu gọi cả các nước châu âu EU hãy tham gia vào biển đông đi .và kêu gọi các nước này hãy đầu tư mạnh vào vietnam và chuyển hết các cty ở trung quốc sang vietnam ok.và cấm vận kinh tế của trung quốc để trung quốc không còn hung hăng và bắt nạt các nước nhỏ và các nước ở biển đông ok

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  10. Ha Ha Ha that’s typically our country always we heard Rooster shouting and noise of motorcycle.
    Btw I’m not a big fans of Vietnamese coffee too strong for me and the coffee too thicker

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  11. vietnam coffee/dripping coffee is 1 of my favourite coffee cz of it takes time to brew the flavors out of the coffee.. i was in phu quoc, saw a lot of riders sit on a small chair, waiting for the dripping coffee.. wondering, y small chairs? imagining starbucks vietnam serving in small chairs.. must b nostalgia..

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  12. …I think I've been making Vietnamese coffee the wrong way for years. I tend to leave the filter at the bottom and I add 6 teaspoons (just enough to cover most of the vertical Stainless steel). Reason for my portion is I usually let it drip brew twice to my cup

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  13. U u thank you so much, Pho for the meaningful videos you have made, your videos not only help me to improve my English but also gain more understanding about VN culture. , Stay healthy and blessed, I wish to have 10 more like buttons for you, but unfortunately, the damn Youtube only gives me one. I must say…thank you much, I look forward and cant not wait for seeing your next video Van, oh no Pho (I love this more (^ . ^))

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  14. For myself, no coffee better than the Vietnamese cafe su la which i introduced to my taiwanese wife and our kids and they all love it whenever we go to Vietnamese restaurants. 😀😀😀

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  15. nếu bạn muốn uống cà phê đậm hơn bạn có thể để nguội đi một chút rồi hãy cho đá vô. bạn cũng có thể lắc cà phê khi đã trộn tất cả sau đó bạn hãy thưởng thức sẽ có môt trải nghiệm khác

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  16. Most Viet people outside of Vietnam still making coffee like this. On another note, who came up with the idea of putting condense milk into a toothpaste container, haha?

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