How to Make a Vietnamese Coffee at Home



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In Vietnamese languages it's called " Ca Phe Sua Da (cold) or Ca Phe Sua Nong (hot)" its means "coffee with milk". The Coffee taste strong...

Here are some equipment...

Pour coffee about 2 scoup...

1. Put the filter cup, and press it a little...do not press too hard.. 2. Add a little bit Sweat Milk at the glass

Pour a little bit of hot water and wait for 20 second. After that pour more hot water again until full then, close the cup...

Now you can see that the coffee drop into the glass little by little...and you will wait for about 4-6 minutes until the coffee stop dropping...

You can also add some ice cube... :)

This is it.... Ice Vietnamese Coffee or Ca Phe Sua Da....


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