Vietnamese Coffee

Welcome To Vietnamese Coffee

Coffee in Vietnam began over 140 years ago when French Jesuits introduced coffee to the country. Since 1870 to now…. Vietnamese Coffee has grown to be the “Worlds No 2” coffee producer behind Brazil.

Vietnamese Coffee


Like many coffee customers you may surprised that Vietnamese Coffee is in fact a market leader in many countries who have adopted their unique blends. The number 1 brand in Vietnam for coffee is Trung Nguyen.


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Trung Nguyen Vietnamese Coffee launched in Vietnam in 2000. They first produced Roast and Ground Coffee for high end hotels and then went onto supermarket distribution with their instant G7 3 – 1 Vietnamese coffee range.

Trung Nguyen opened their first corporate Cafe in the 1990’s and now have over 1000 Vietnamese Coffee Cafes spread throughout Vietnam.


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Trung Nguyen Vietnamese Coffee

Grown in the perfect conditions of the central highlands of Vietnam, Trung Nguyên, Vietnam’s premier coffee company, offers an exciting range of top-quality coffee blends, incorporating four different varieties, each cultivated under ideal growing conditions and processed with care.

Trung Nguyên core philosophy is a desire to improve the lives of the people of the highland region. All beans for TN’s production come from contract growers, who have been certified by EUREPGAP and Utz Kapeh for safe and sustainable coffee growing practice. Trung Nguyen coffees are grown on smaller farms using traditional sun-drying methods and natural processing. Their cultivation supports thriving villages where growers work under contract futures with guaranteed pricing for their products.

TN coffee is also processed, roasted, blended, ground and packed in the BMT region of Vietnam.

Without quality coffee, we don’t have a business. Over time Trung Nguyen Coffee has built a level of trust with our customers who know that when they purchase a cup or pack of Trung Nguyen Coffee, they won’t be disappointed.

Their commitment to quality starts at the green bean selection process where they only work with suppliers having the finest Grade A beans. Their in-house lab, tests each sample batch to ensure they meet exacting standards. And when the main batch arrives, their workers carefully remove any defective beans.

After all, it only takes one spoilt bean to ruin a whole batch. Storage is another major concern. Their green beans are kept dry and regularly checked to ensure no moisture buildup.

During the roasting process their master roasters combine the art of experience with the science of time and heat to produce a consistently excellent bean.

Following the bean’s cooling stage, their Vietnamese Coffee experts blend the freshly roasted Robusta and Arabica beans to produce their distinct Highlands Coffee varieties.

Last but not least, packaging. To ensure optimum quality, Trung Nguyen Vietnamese Coffee packs have a special lining and one way valves to keep pollutants out, and the freshness in.
Vietnamese Coffee Facts

Producing between 800,000 and 1m tons per year, Vietnam only consumes about 10% of its coffee production. The remainder is purchased by some of the world’s best known coffee brands.

The large majority of local production is done by small households with 2-5ha planted. State owned companies produce around 15% on larger farms.

Production is centered around Buon Ma Thuot, Dak Lak province, in the Central Highlands.

Robusta is the main crop in Vietnam, due to suitability of geography, climate and elevation. The Government is making its strategy of supplementing Robusta production with the farming of Arabica in suitable areas.

While producing lower quantities, Arabica earns roughly twice as much as the same weight of Robusta.


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3 Responses to “Vietnamese Coffee”

  1. <path_to_url> Kim Basher

    Wow, this coffee is delicious. It has a beautiful chocolate aroma, and a full bodied flavour with no aftertaste. Its one of the nicest coffees I have ever tasted. I drink coffee black with no sugar.

  2. <path_to_url> Paul Kristiansen

    Hi Nuyen or Dave, could you tell me what your 3 in one coffee in bags of 50 will cost me, I have been to Saigon and liked that coffee , thank you Paul Kristiansen. Ps, I live in Christchurch


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