The Coffee Culture of Vietnam…What’s It Like?

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Vietnam is one of the best destinations for coffee lovers, simply because some of the world’s best coffee came from the country. In fact, Vietnam is one of the biggest coffee producers in the world. Coffee in Vietnam is more than just a beverage – it’s a way of life and is an important part of the local culture. The locals certainly know how to drink their coffee and the coffee culture has already been an important part of their daily life.

Different Types of Vietnamese Coffee

The manner in which coffee is roasted, brewed, and enjoyed in Vietnam is different from the other countries in the world. In Vietnam, coffee is roasted slowly for up to 15 min in low heat. The coffee is then loaded into a filter and left to drip to achieve a more intense flavor. Here are some of the different types of coffee that locals enjoy in Vietnam:





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Photography is by Hiroyuki Oki.

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