Cà phê in Vietnam
17 avril 2015 § 2 Commentaires
Coffee must be Vietnam’s most consumed drink: coffee shops are everywhere and it is enjoyed at any moment of the day. French introduced coffee in the 19th century and Vietnam is now among the biggest producer in the world. In vietnamese, coffee is « cà phê ». The specificity relies in the brewing method, as a metal drip filter is topped on the glass and is removed until the last drop has fallen. It reminded me of the italian coffee pot Bialetti, which makes coffee with a similar brewing method.
Because of the hot weather,cà phê is served with ice and for the sweet touch, condensed milk. It is then called « cà phê sữa đá », with these two ingredients.
International coffee chains have set up in Vietnam, but none of them had cà phê on their menu. Do like locals, have your caphe prepared by the street vendors.
Tes photos sont magnifiques et j’y retrouve bien l’ambiance du Vietnam.
J’ai adoré leur café qui a un léger goût de chocolat!
Merci beaucoup Iza! J’ai aussi adoré le café vietnamien, d’ailleurs ça me manque beaucoup