Being a coffee lover, I love trying different types of coffee. I cannot miss mentioning Vietnamese Iced Coffee as one of my favorite coffees. Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a very strong coffee and is considered to be one of the ideal drinks for a typical Vietnamese. This intensely brewed concentrate is served in a tall glass of ice along with sweetened condensed milk. It has a creamy, rich, smooth texture and bold flavor. Vietnamese Iced Coffee can also be complemented with creamy ice-cream and enjoyed! But, if you are an Iced Tea fan, then you definitely have to try Mango Mint Iced Tea this summer.
To make this coffee, any type of coffee grounds can be used. In Vietnam, the Cafe Du Monde French Roast Chicory is usually appreciated as the benchmark. But, as long as the coffee is light to medium coarse, it can be used in the preparation of this coffee. Traditionally, a Vietnamese coffee filter is used to brew the coffee but I have used a regular stove top brewer to brew my coffee. Luckily, as I had I thought, my recipe of Vietnamese Iced Coffee turned to be exactly similar to the ones I had tasted in many of the Vietnamese restaurants.
Sip Vietnamese Iced Coffee for breakfast or serve it to your guests, this coffee will definitely make them its fan. Now, note down the recipe for Vietnamese Iced Coffee and even plan it for get-togethers, okay?
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Vietnamese Iced Coffee Recipe (Without the Vietnamese Coffee Filter)
Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a very strong coffee. This intensely brewed concentrate is creamy, rich, smooth in texture and has a bold flavor.
- 3/4 cup Freshly brewed espresso
- 2 tbsp Sweetened condensed milk
- Ice cubes
- Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.
- Pour the freshly brewed coffee in the glass.
- Pour 2 tbsp condensed milk on top and mix gently.
- Serve immediately.
- Note - Increase the amount of condensed milk if you like your coffee lighter.