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Trung Nguyen - Premium Blend - 15 Ounce Can | Vietnamese Coffee Ground Bean, Robusta and Arabica Premium Coffee Blend, Intense Flavor and Fragrance with Chocolate Hint, Medium Roast with Low Acidity
DEEP INTENSE FLAVOR: This Vietnamese coffee blend Robusta and Arabica coffee beans with our unique proprietary blend to bring you flavorful, intense coffee that will keep you energized and refreshedFLAVOR PROFILE: Our strong Vietnamese coffee is grown high altitude regions to bring you an Arabica (59.9%) and Robusta (40.0%) ground bean coffee blend with hints of Chocolate (0.1%) that delight your senses with each sipARTISAN ROASTED: The Vietnamese coffee beans are carefully farmed and professionally roasted by artisans at different temperatures and combined to bring you a flavorful coffee blend like no otherUNIQUE GIFT IDEA: Trung Nguyen coffee premium blend makes the perfect gift for friends or family that love coffee on every occasion including Birthdays, Christmas, Anniversaries and moreTREAT YOURSELF: With hints of chocolate accompanied by a fruity fragrance, this energizing and refreshing coffee blend is exactly what every coffee lover wants to wake up to every morning
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7 Reddit comments about Trung Nguyen - Premium Blend - 15 Ounce Can | Vietnamese Coffee Ground Bean, Robusta and Arabica Premium Coffee Blend, Intense Flavor and Fragrance with Chocolate Hint, Medium Roast with Low Acidity:

u/I_Do_Not_Sow · 13 pointsr/investing

Interesting, because I have the exact opposite experience. Want to buy a book? Cheaper on Amazon than in the store. Want to buy some electronics? Cheaper on Amazon. Literally any item at a Staples can be found cheaper on Amazon.

And they have a ton of items that are just not easy to find physically. A while ago I bought some Vietnamese coffee. I'd have to travel 1.5 hrs each way just to check if the local Vietnamese import store has it.

u/unity2178 · 10 pointsr/Coffee

I'd suggest using Trung Nguyen coffee and Longevity Sweetened Condensed Milk for the closest to what you can get in Vietnam.

Seriously, the Trung Nguyen coffee has ruined me to anything else, it's got this naturally sweet, almost cocoa-like flavor that is amazing by itself.

u/safetywerd · 7 pointsr/VietNam

Assuming you live in an area easily serviced by Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000F17AKC/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1451847939&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=trung+nguyen&dpPl=1&dpID=51tL6weAdDL&ref=plSrch

Care Du Monde is a shitty alternative. I'm not sure why people suggest it. For starters, it's a blend of arabica and robusta, when most of the street coffee here in Saigon is 100% robusta. Secondly, Viet coffee doesn't have chicory. Thirdly, Viet street coffee is roasted with butter and sugar and is the only coffee in the world, that I know of, that is roasted that way. The coffee I linked to is roasted that way plus they add cocoa. It's the stuff I use at home and is the closest I can get to the same caphe sua da that the lady on my street sells.

Finally, re: yogurt - Viet yogurt is made with condensed milk. I'm not sure what the equivalent to that would be. If you want to make a caphe sua da (condensed milk) you should hit an Asian market and try to find Vietnamese condensed milk because it tastes a lot different then western.

HTH

u/oxgon · 3 pointsr/videos

OK thats good to know, not sure if we have the condensed milk at the store or not.

Is this the same coffee? http://www.amazon.com/Trung-Nguyen-Vietnamese-coffee-can/dp/B000F17AKC/ref=pd_bxgy_gro_img_y

It looks little different, will I need coffee grinder for this?

This is the filter
http://www.amazon.com/Vietnamese-Traditional-Coffee-Filter-Gravity/dp/B008A0932S/ref=pd_bxgy_gro_text_z

It's funny because they have them linked all 3 together in suggested, I guess lot of people saw the video and bought all 3.

u/rab813 · 1 pointr/Coffee

I'll try a different bean. For some reason the store I was at only carried one that wasn't ground. Maybe I should shop around more for the bean. That's what I don't know about. The bean would make THAT much difference? Also what are some of the best whole bean coffee brands?

As for the Vietnamese coffee. I don't know what else to say. I used a chicory coffee. Is that pretty common? I mixed it with condensed milk to make it sweet. It wasn't quite as good as I remembered when I had desert coffee at the Vietnamese restaurant I used to go to. This is the coffee I got

u/jugglingman456 · 1 pointr/Coffee

Try getting "traditional" vietnamese coffee. [Cafe du Monde] (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000E5JIU/ref=sr_rp_1?m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&ie=UTF8&qid=1451103487&sr=sr-1&keywords=cafe+du+monde+coffee), or Trung Nguyen are the most popular. If it tastes weak, try adding more grounds or packing / screwing the filter down tighter. My phin can't be screwed in, so I just pack the grounds down pretty tight. It should take about 4 minutes to brew completely. Also, if you're using sweetened condensed milk, make sure you're adding the coffee to the milk, not the other way around.

u/Jurph · 1 pointr/Coffee

If you want to buy a phin, buy this one. I post that link whenever this video gets posted because I've been so happy with that particular model; I have two and I've used them once or twice a day for over a year now with no complaints. It's my go-to daily cup and it's fantastic.

  • Dishwasher safe but also simple to hand-wash
  • Plastic knobs on the sides don't come off (unlike many models)
  • Holds 11 oz of water (more like 8oz. when also filled with 14-22g of coffee)
  • Stainless steel doesn't show pitting at the weld joints
  • Works just like a pour-over but with no paper waste (although rinsing it out every day wastes some water).

    The smaller/cheaper models I've tried all had failings in one way or another, but if you're looking for a good phin, I recommend the one linked above.

    To find your ideal brew in the phin, start with 15g of the same coarseness you'd use for a Chemex (#5 / "beaker" setting on my Bodum grinder) and fill to the top with just-off-the-boil water. Top off your cup with more hot water when finished to dilute to taste. My morning cup uses 18-20g, but most of my friends prefer it around 14-16g. If you're pouring over sweetened condensed milk (ca phe sua da) use a finer grind to get a slower brew and a sharper slightly over-extracted flavor to counter the potent sweetness. Also consider a can of Trung Nguyen coffee grinds: they have some coffee and butter flavors added but deliver the exact taste of pho-house coffee.