VIETNAMESE ICED COFFEE (CAFE SUA DA) #drinks #milk

VIETNAMESE ICED COFFEE (CAFE SUA DA) #drinks #milk

Vietnamese Iced Coffee (Cafe Sua Da) can be shockingly extraordinary and fragrant with the correct fermenting technique. After various tests, I am going to impart to you how to make this delectable beverage at home.

Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a cool espresso drink produced using blending Vietnamese medium-ground dull dish espresso. At the point when improved dense milk is included, it is called ca phe sua da (or bistro sua da). The adaptation without milk is called ca phe nook da.

I have been maintaining a strategic distance from frosted espresso at Vietnamese bistros for quite a while on the grounds that it never tastes great. A few spots make excessively powerless, weakened frosted espresso which has an aftertaste like frosted water enhanced with espresso. A few spots attempt to fix that by making more grounded espresso with more ground espresso. The aftereffect of that is an excessive amount of caffeine which gives me a couple of long periods of uneasiness and tipsiness.

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VIETNAMESE ICED COFFEE (CAFE SUA DA) #drinks #milk

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons Vietnamese ground coffee
  • 1 cup ice, divided
  • 1/3 cup plus 2 tablespoons hot water, divided
  • 1-2 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk (to taste)

Instructions

  1. Add 1/2 cup of ice (about 6-7 medium ice cubes) to your brewing glass. Place the cup spanner of the phin filter over the glass. Add ground coffee to the filter chamber, try to spread them evenly inside the chamber. Then gently place the filter chamber over the cup spanner.
  2. Place the filter press on top of the coffee inside the chamber and press gently. Add 1 tablespoon of hot water to the chamber and wait for about 20-30 seconds to let the coffee bloom.
  3. Add the remaining hot water and cover the chamber with the filter cap. Wait for the coffee liquid to drip directly onto the ice in the glass through the holes at the bottom of the filter chamber and cup spanner.
  4. Once the filter chamber is empty, remove the filter from the glass. Add 1 tablespoon of sweetened condensed milk (or more to taste) to the glass and stir well to combine.
  5. Add about 1/3-1/2 cup of ice (5-6 medium ice cubes) to your serving glass. Pour the coffee from the brewing glass to your serving glass. Enjoy immediately.

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