Vietnamese Coffee Filter, Product of Taiwan
Vietnamese-style coffee is not unique to Vietnam, also being popular in Laos, Cambodia and Thailand. The brewing style is low-tech, using a simple metal filter called a phin (most likely originating in Cambodia in the 1800's) that is essentially a single-serving brewer and filter (just add hot water!).
In Vietnam, coffee is not consumed on the run. People sit in cafes or at home and leisurely brew the coffee at the table in single servings. The phin filter also works beautifully for making a tall glass of Vietnamese iced coffee. For best results use Trung Nguyen Vietnamese Coffee.Hot Vietnamese Coffee
- 1 1/2 tblsp. Vietnamese ground coffee, Trung Nguyen
- 2-3 tblsp. sweet condensed milk
- Boiling hot water
- Vietnamese coffee filter
- Pour sweetened condensed milk into an 8 oz. or larger cup
- Unscrew the top screen from the coffee filter. Add the ground coffee into the filter, screw the screen back on and lightly compact the grounds. Place filter over the glass of sweetened condensed milk. Add hot water and allow the brewed coffee to drip into the cup.
- Stir and enjoy.
Ingredients: Product of Taiwan
Availability: Ships in 2-3 business days from Los Angeles, California.