It's hot outside, which means…

Vietnamese coffee brewing cupIt's hot outside, which means it's time to start drinking Vietnamese Iced Coffee, or ca phe sua da. If you've never had it before, you're in for a treat. It tastes like drinking melted coffee ice cream! I've got the little coffee brewing cup that I purchased in Saigon, so I need to get to the store today for coffee beans and condensed milk. How had I forgotten about this treat until now?!

7 thoughts on “It's hot outside, which means…

  1. My sister and I both love this drink. Thanks to our support group, we’re no longer as addicted; at least, that’s what we tell them. I was thinking about making a dessert using this coffee and now, I think I’ve got an idea!

  2. Alyce, if you click on the link (where it says “Vietnamese Iced Coffee” with the underline) there’s a recipe for it! 🙂

  3. The local Asian place here in Santa Fe, Jinja, got me hooked on Vietnamese Coffee as a dessert treat.
    I never considered chilling it down! I’ll pull out my little silver widget and try it out this evening. Thanks!

  4. True Vietnamese iced coffee calls for a standard, pre–ground Vietnamese brand. Trung Nguyen, or the Du Monde with chicory is quite popular. Lucky for you, these are quite cheap ($4 for 12oz) at many Vietnamese grocery stores.
    If you get this at a Vietnamese restaurant, be forewarned in that it’s often extremely sweet and cloying. They’ll often use 1/2 coffee, 1/2 condensed milk.

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