Vietnamese cuisine has left a good impression on people from around the world. Vietnam not only has exquisite traditional dishes but also attractive drinks that make visitors interested in their unique flavor. Since Vietnam is humid and hot, most drinks are served over ice, providing a more relaxing climate to enjoy.
Viet Nam is the world’s largest coffee producer of Robusta beans. Although Robusta beans are not as highly appreciated as Arabica beans, people around these parts know how to make the most of what they have. As a result, Vietnamese coffee is made with a special recipe and maintains its own unique taste. Coffee beans are roasted with butter and grounded well then reserved in airtight bags. Vietnamese people would use a metal drip filter to brew coffees extract (a traditional method). In Viet Nam, the two most popular types of coffee are cà phê sữa đá (iced coffee with condensed milk) and cà phê đen đá (iced black coffee with no, or little, sugar). You can’t walk down any block around the country hoping to not see someone enjoying a coffee while reading a newspaper or chatting with friends.
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