How to Make Vietnamese Iced Coffee

Vietnamese Ice Coffee Drip Pot – www.amazon.com We are obsessed with Vietnamese Iced Coffee right now. Weve been spending a lot at local vietnamese restaurants. A few people asked "How do you make this amazing stuff!?" so here is the answer to your question. Condensed Milk, Ground Coffee, a Drip Pot, and some Ice. Enjoy!

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4 Responses to “How to Make Vietnamese Iced Coffee”

  1. <path_to_url> LionTekOnline

    You rock! Thanks for the tips! I’m definitely going to try the Cafe Du Monde out (just the name itself makes me crave it!).

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  2. <path_to_url> crazyhamster51

    Cool. U should use this coffee. It’s not real vietnamese coffee but many(I mean many) vietnamese coffee shops use this. It’s called Cafe Du Monde. A french coffee ("probably introduced to vietnam in the Invation of French Indochina") Buy it in the can. It should be Coffee and Chicory. A yellow and brownish can. Make sure the drip pot is tight but not too tight. Fill the pot with boiling water(Very Very little) and then wait 1 minute exactly. Then fill the pot completly with water. Darker =better

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  3. <path_to_url> LionTekOnline

    Because the Coffee was not Ground properly (was very Coarse) I miss calculated how much to put in, so it dripped too fast! the trick is to get a medium – fine grind on the coffee bean, add more coffee, and then it drips slow (tastes stronger too!).

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  4. <path_to_url> mxh91

    Cool! How come the one on the right drips really fast when you pour hot water in?

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