Vietnamese Coffee – Cà phê sữa (đá)

Cà phê sữa (đá) is the typical Vietnamese coffee that is served all over the country. You can add ice (đá) or drink it pure. But it is always served with green tea.

Here you can read more about coffee culture in Vietnam.

Time to prepare: 5 min

Time to cook: 5 min

Servings: 1 Cup


  • 3 tsp Vietnamese coffee (like Trung Nguyen Blend No. 1)
  • Sweet condensed milk
  • Metal filter for Vietnamese coffee.
  • 1 cup or a strong glass
  • Ice cubes for serving (optional)


  • Put coffee in metal filter and close the sieve.
  • Pour sweet condensed mild in glass. The more you use the sweeter the coffee will be.
  • Place filter on to of the glass.
  • Boil water and pour 4 tbs hot water over coffee powder to let it soak.
  • After 30 seconds pur in rest of the water and let it drip into the glass.
  • Mix well and serve with ice cubes and a glass of green tea.

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Why Food? Why Asia? And why Love? 3 simple questions – 1 simple answer. If you´ve traveled in asia like me. If you try to find some new different and special things. If you keep your eyes and your mind open for a new taste. You will fall in love with the asian cruisine! That´s the reason why I start writing this blog. To share my love with all of you! I´ll try to post 1 or 2 recipes every week! THX to Pecilius in Singapore for the idea! Enjoy reading and exploring the asian cruisine! Peace Martin

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