Vietnamese Coffee Using
Vietnamese coffee is traditionally brewed using a Vietnamese coffee filter. This lets you brew each cup individually, and you can adjust the strength and taste of the coffee for each person.
The coffee is hot brewed over a glass with ice, which cools down the coffee immediately.
However, at DripBeans, we focus on cold brew coffee, and there this recipe is a Vietnamese iced coffee recipe using cold brew coffee.
Another ingredient that distinguishes Vietnamese coffee from other coffee drinks is the sweetened condensed milk. This adds a sweet and very refreshing taste to the coffee. The condensed milk also adds the aroma of toffee, but in a much more natural way than adding, for example, caramel syrup.
Okay, that is enough information. Let’s go on to the recipe now!
For this recipe, we recommend using a dark or medium roast bean (or ground coffee). The dark coffee will match the sweet caramel taste from the condensed milk.
What you’ll Need
- Sweetend Condensed Milk
- Cold Brew Coffee
*Tbsp = Tablespoon
Step 1 – The Cold Brew Coffee
We recommend making it yourself. For this recipe, we recommend using a dark or medium roast bean (or ground coffee). The dark coffee will match the sweet caramel taste from the condensed milk.
Brewing the could brew yourself will allow you to use the best possible beans and make the best possible cold brew coffee for just a fraction of the price compared to buying drink ready cold brew.
(Check out our cold brew guide here).
But if you don’t have time or if you want to give yourself some slack, get your favorite cold brew from the store.
Step 2 – THE CONDENSED MILK
This recipe is really easy, but still super good!
Add one big spoon of the sweetened condensed milk to a big glass. Add some ice and pour that delicous cold brew coffee over the ice.
If you are using cold brew extract, add some water as well!
You’ve just made a delicious glass of cold brew coffee!
If you liked this recipe, it would be very generous of you to share this with your cold brew friends. Thanks!