Vietnamese Coffee (Cà phê sữa (đá)
Cà phê sữa (đá) is the typical Vietnamese iced milk 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. It is also called ca phe nau da (Vietnamese: cà phê nâu đá, “iced brown coffee”) in northern Vietnam. At its simplest, Ca phe sua da is made with finely ground Vietnamese-grown dark roast coffee individually brewed with a small metal French drip filter (cà phê phin) into a cup containing about a quarter to a half as much sweetened condensed milk, stirred and poured over ice.
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)
Place 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 top 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.