How to make Vietnamese coffee

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VIETNAMESE EGG COFFEE - How to make your own

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Vietnamese coffee is world-renowned and one of the few that specializes in using robusta beans, since most of the rest of the world has moved on to aromatica beans. Robusta beans can make a terrific pot of coffee if brewed correctly, and are good either with a bit of sweetened condensed milk or served "den" or dark. Some prefer the coffee over ice "da" or hot "nong" but it is delicious either way!

Since most people haven't used a phin (filter) like this before, I decided to make a video to help you out! If you can't find a good high-quality and fresh robusta coffee anymore in your neighborhood, I've found that a good substitution can be Cafe Du Monde from New Orleans, which was available at every small grocery in New York when we lived there. Experiment and let me know in the comments what worked for you!

Sometimes the phin doesn't drain properly into the glass. If you find this to be true for you, just take a spoon with a piece of ice in it and rub the ice along the bottom of the phin for a second until the coffee starts flowing. Also, some phins have the bottom piece removable from the brewing section, so be careful when you lift the phin or the bottom can fall off!

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