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:

Classic

CLASSIC COFFEE

EGG COFFEE

YOGURT COFFEE

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And new coffeehouse ideas are flourishing

Photography is by Hiroyuki Oki.

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14 thoughts on “The Coffee Culture of Vietnam…What’s It Like?

  1. Yes! I have been in Vietnam and they prepare the best coffee in the world, better than in Portugal or Italy … It tastes different! I loved robusta, egg coffe and kopi luwak…it is very special! :)

    1. And how wonderful it is that the coffees are so readily available without have to fly the world. But I would fly the world round to the many appealing bamboo coffee shops in Vietnam. Thanks for stopping by unplan! Hope your week is going well! ❤️☕️☕️

    2. I always prefer to fly to know; places,people,traditions… and coffees ;) And in Vietnam there are wonderful landscapes and a lot of beautiful buildings not only for French influence,they have a lot of traditional and very interesting buildings. Have a nice week you too! :)

    3. There’s a lot to consider about Vietnam’s post war development and yes they are doing well. With Vietnam remains the overwhelming French influences. However, today, I think Vietnam is coming into its own. I love the geographical coffee shop concepts! Wow! As for me, Italy has been a fun place for travel and that was way back when, and the popular coffee then was espresso. I am happy to enjoy a variety of international coffees right here, in my own country! 🍃☕️☕️❤️

    4. I have noticed more the French influence in Laos tan in Vietnam… and coffee there is really good too! To enjoy a variety of international coffes in your own country is a good option but nothing tastes the same as in its country of origin! A big huge from Spain

    5. I love the shared regional history of Laos and Vietnam which no doubt exposes the depths of their imperialistic influences. Yes, I agree, a coffee’s origination makes all the difference in superb taste. Big coffee hugs from America’s AOC to Spain! 🎼🌺☕️☕️☕️💗☕️☕️☕️🍃

    1. Thank you. Glad you are impressed. It is unimaginable for Vietnam to have such interesting structures. But when we think of Nam, we must think of the French Imperialism. I believe there are influences here in technology in support of concepts for Nam’s natural resources.

    1. Thank you kindly for visiting. Bamboo structuring has come a long way. I have always been impressed with raftings a made of bamboo, but actual inhabitable and commercial structuring are amazing. Thanks again! ❤️❤️☕️☕️

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