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Vietnamese drip coffee


I just came back from a holiday in Vietnam and already I am missing the country, its delicious food and the polite people. But what I really miss is the drop coffee that can be found around every street corner. So on the last day, I went to the supermarket with my wife to buy the Vietnamese coffee like what is seen in the above picture. It is easy to make. Just put three spoons of the power into that “percolator” called a phin. After that shake the phin around to make sure the coffee is level. Then you take the plunger and plunge it down, but not to firmly. Then you add a little bit of hot water…just about a spoonful’s worth. Then add the rest of the water after the first addition has been settled. Add a couple of spoons of condensed milk and serve it over crushed ice. Lovely, I tell you!

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  1. 06/08/2016 at 21:29

    a charming way to enjoy coffee in a different culture!

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