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Vietnamese Coffee

Where tradition meets tantalizing taste. Experience a journey in every cup.

Dive deep into the rich tapestry of Vietnamese coffee. Explore authentic Vietnamese coffee beans that encapsulate the heritage and passion of the country's coffee culture. From the highlands to your cup, experience the genuine taste of coffee from Vietnam. Paradise Roasters brings this journey to you.

What is Vietnamese Coffee?

Hailing from the heart of Southeast Asia, Vietnamese coffee stands apart due to its unique brewing technique and flavor profile. Primarily made from locally sourced Robusta beans, this coffee is drip-brewed using a traditional 'Phin'. The slow drip process yields a potent brew, often paired with condensed milk, creating a delightful interplay of bold and creamy flavors. Beyond its taste, Vietnamese coffee represents the country's enduring spirit and its rich coffee-growing legacy.

Vietnamese Coffee Flavor Profiles

Vietnamese coffee promises a unique taste experience that stands apart from other coffee varieties. Its flavor profile is robust, bold, and strikes a perfect balance between strength and sweetness, providing a coffee experience that is hard to resist for enthusiasts​.

Vietnamese Coffee Roasts

Vietnamese coffee beans are often roasted to a dark level, specifically to a French roast level, to diminish the natural acidity, especially prevalent in Robusta beans. This dark roast helps in enhancing the flavor, making the coffee less acidic and more appealing to a broader range of coffee lovers.

How to Brew Coffee From Vietnam?

To brew Vietnamese coffee, you'll need dark roasted Vietnamese coffee beans, sweetened condensed milk, water, and a Vietnamese coffee filter (phin). Start by boiling water, then add 2-3 tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk to a cup. Place 2-3 tablespoons of coffee grounds in the filter, tamp them down, and pour a small amount of hot water to wet the grounds. Wait for 30 seconds before filling the filter with hot water, then let it drip through for about 5-7 minutes. Stir the coffee and condensed milk together, and enjoy your brew​.

Vietnamese Coffee FAQ

What is Vietnamese coffee?

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Vietnamese coffee is a distinct brew method where Robusta beans are slow-dripped through a metal filter, often mixed with condensed milk, resulting in a sweet, strong cup.

How is Vietnamese coffee different from other coffees?

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Unlike other brews, Vietnamese coffee emphasizes strong flavors, combined with the sweetness of condensed milk. The brewing process is unique, using a drip method directly over the cup.

What makes Vietnamese coffee beans unique?

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Vietnam primarily grows robusta beans, which are hardier and yield a more robust flavor than arabica. Paradise Roasters selects the finest of these, ensuring a rich, flavorful experience.

Does Vietnam have good coffee?

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Absolutely! While Robusta beans have a distinct flavor, premium selections like those from Paradise Roasters showcase the best of Vietnam's rich coffee heritage.

What regions in Vietnam are famous for coffee cultivation?

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Lam Dong, particularly around the town of Dalat, is renowned for its coffee. The high altitude and climate conditions make it ideal for producing quality beans.

Where can you buy Vietnamese coffee?

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For premium Vietnamese coffee beans, check out Paradise Roasters. We offer specially curated selections sourced directly from Vietnam's best farms.

When will my order be roasted and shipped?

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We roast for Online orders Monday/Wednesday/Friday. Unless the coffee lists a special roast date, your retail order will be roasted the next Monday, Wednesday, or Friday following your order. Orders placed before 11:00AM CST on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday will be roasted the same day as ordered. Coffees will be shipped within 2 days of roasting

Does Paradise Roasters ship International?

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Yes, we ship worldwide. If you have trouble placing an international order, send an email to hello@paradiseroasters.com and we will create a custom invoice for you. We work with several shipping carriers and seek the most cost effective shipping options for our customers.





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