In case you want to find a coffee shop with quiet atmosphere to focus on working or have some small talks with your friends, well… I got you covered! This post is a mini collection of some nice and peaceful coffee shops that I discovered while I was in Vietnam.
Tag Archives: Vietnamese coffee
Coffee shops in Saigon, Vietnam
A brief post on different styles of coffee shops in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Will I be able to distinguish between Death Wish Coffee and Vietnamese Coffee? (Part 2)
We’re back with Death Wish Medium Roast vs. Our house blend (but mostly Vietnamese Coffee – Trung Nguyen Creativity 4). Again, will I be able to distinguish them? Let’s find out!
Old-but-gold Vietnamese egg coffee
Vietnamese egg coffee, with creamy taste from the egg yolk and the hot taste of coffee, has remained a unique drink in the culture of Vietnamese coffee ever since it was invented back in 1940s.
I found my favorite boba shop near me – Boba Tealight
1435 E Warner Rd #B101, Gilbert, AZ 85296http://www.bobatealight.com/Open from 11AM to 9PM daily. Left: Classic milk tea + crystal boba; Fresh milk + brown sugar bobaMiddle: Vietnamese egg coffeeRight: Hazelnut milk tea + brown sugar boba; Jasmine green milk tea + crystal boba + cheese foam; Strawberry slussy + fresh pineapples. When my boyfriend wasContinue reading “I found my favorite boba shop near me – Boba Tealight”
Will I be able to distinguish between Death Wish Coffee and Vietnamese Coffee? (celebrating International Coffee Day – Oct 01st)
We’re gonna do a blind taste test to compare between Death Wish Coffee (rumored as World Strongest Coffee) and Vietnamese Coffee (rumored to give many people “coffee shock). We will start with the Dark roast vs. Trung Nguyen Creativity 4 first. Will I be able to? Let’s find out!
Thưởng thức cà phê Việt tại xứ cờ hoa
Với mình, cà phê Việt Nam là nhất. Bài viết này cung cấp một vài thông tin cơ bản về cà phê và trải nghiệm cà phê của mình.
Let’s enjoy Vietnamese coffee
To me, Vietnamese coffee is the best. A post on general information about coffee and how I enjoy mine at home.
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