Vietnamese coffee recipes
You may wish to see our video on how to make Vietnamese coffee using special Vietnamese filters before attempting these recipes . . .
Vietnamese filter coffee
20g ground Ca Phe Vietnam filter coffee (approx 3 heaped teaspoons)
Ca Phe Vietnam stainless filter
1 Remove the screen from the filter
2 Add 20g coffee powder into the container of the filter.
3 Place the screen firmly on the coffee
4 Pour a little boiling water to warm the coffee powder and wait 10 seconds
5 Fill up the filter with water
6 wait 2-5 minutes (depending on how fine your grind is and how tightly you screwed the top filter on) whilst your delicious espresso strength coffee brews
one espresso cup of strong Cà Phê VN coffee
2 teaspoons of sugar
small cubes or crushed ice
a long glass, a long spoon and a straw
Pour one espresso cup of strong Vietnamese coffee into a long glass, add 2 teaspoons of sugar. Stir briskly with a long spoon until the sugar is mixed well with the coffee.
Fill the glass with crushed ice, with a long spoon or cocktail spatula to mix it with as you drink.
Iced Coffee with Condensed Milk
one espresso cup of strong Cà Phê Vietnam coffee
2 teaspoons of condensed milk
a long glass, a long stainless steel coffee spoon and a straw.
Pour one espresso cup of strong Vietnamese coffee into a long glass, add 2 teaspoons of condensed milk. Stir quickly with a long spoon until the condensed milk is mixed well with the coffee . Add the ice and serve cold, with a straw and long spoon to mix the coffee.
Cà Phê Vietnam Yogurt Coffee
100 ml plain yogurt
2 tablespoons of black Cà Phê VN coffee
1 1/2 teaspoons of caster sugar
a long glass, a long coffee spoon and a straw
Pour 100 ml plain yogurt into a long glass, add 2 teaspoons of black Vietnamese coffee, and 1 1/2 teaspoons of caster sugar.
Stir quickly with a long spoon until the coffee and sugar mixes well with the yogurt.
Fill with ice and serve with a straw and spoon to mix the drink.
20g Cà Phê VN ground coffee
one teaspoon of condensed milk
Put the condensed milk in the bottom of the espresso glass or cup.
Let the coffee drip from the filter onto the milk.
Stir well before drinking.
A refreshing summer drink which goes beautifully with both Vietnamese and Asian foods. Brew Cà Phê Vietnam Lotus Tea in a teapot and pour onto crushed ice in a tall glass. Serve with a straw.