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Korean YouTuber raves about $21 coffee in Ho Chi Minh City

A cup of coffee enjoyed by a Korean YouTuber was harvested from the renowned farms of Colombia. It features the distinctive aroma of eucalyptus, jasmine, and lemon peel, costing 500,000 VND ($21) per cup.

Salt coffee: Vietnam's latest global coffee trend

How a small coffcee shop in Hue created a global trend with its unique salt coffee.

First Vietnamese café opens in Kuwait

On October 24, local time, the first Coffilia cafe in Kuwait was officially inaugurated at Al-Kout Hotel in Fahaheel district in Ahmadi province. This is the first Vietnamese coffee house in the country.

Salt coffee, a Hue delicacy, conquers Hanoi taste buds

Hanoi has recently introduced another speciality to its gourmet coffee repertoire: Salt coffee, a treat originating from Hue.

HCM City people enjoy ‘coffee on the ground’

Many people in HCM City have returned to drinking coffee on the ground after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Vietnamese Iced Coffee atop list of the best coffee of the world

On TasteAtlas' list of the "10 Best Rated Coffees in the World," Vietnamese iced coffee was rated first alongside Italian ristretto.

Vietnam needs to develop coffee branding to go global

Vietnam has no coffee brand in the list of the 10 most expensive in the world, although it is the largest Robusta coffee producer and ranks second in export coffee volume.

Vietnamese coffee in the eyes of foreigners

Among the many food and drinks visitors simply must try when in Vietnam, coffee ranks at the very top of the list. 

UCC coffee quality contest aims at supporting VN coffee production and farmers

Through the annual UCC Coffee Quality Contest, UCC Group has been contributing to promoting and improving the quality of Vietnamese coffee, towards the goal of sustainable development.

Vietnam becomes Japan’s biggest coffee supplier

Vietnam, the world's biggest producer of robusta, has become the top supplier of coffee beans for Japan as the consumption of instant coffee, which uses robusta, is soaring there amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Nikkei Asia Review.

Den Da goes retro with coffee, tea toast

Another coffee shop in HCM City? In the last few years, the coffee scene has exploded and can no longer be called “burgeoning”. It’s truly in full flower. Đen Đá Café is a Vietnamese-owned chain that already has one shop in the US. 

Trivia not trivial: 10 curiosity piquing factoids

 A staggering number of Vietnamese people have the same family name - Nguyen (many Westerners pronounce this as Win to no complaints, so it’s a win-win situation).

Vpresso: a new traditional face of VN coffee

 VietNamNet Bridge – Throughout the decades of history since it finally made its appearance in Viet Nam at the end of the 19th century, coffee has found ways to adapt itself to the tastes of the citizens in this tropical country.

Vietnamese coffee among distinctive, flavorful dishes in SEA

 VietNamNet Bridge – The US Huffington Post Magazine has introduced 11 distinctive and flavorful foods in Southeast Asia that Americans need to try, including Vietnamese coffee.

Dak Lak farmer produces ‘elephant coffee’ for $100/kg

Discovering that domestic elephants like to eat ripened coffee beans, a farmer in Dak Lak province, the Central Highlands of Vietnam, researched to produce his own specialty – elephant coffee, which is sold for $70-$100 a kilo.

German man with his coffee business in Vietnam

Dietmar Vogelmann used to work as hotel and restaurant manager in a couple of nations before the German man decided to settle down in Vietnam and open a company to sell roasted and ground coffee of Vietnam.

VN still to add value to key export items

VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's failure to exploit economies of scale and ensure consistent quality of its produce has prevented it from adding value to key agriculture export items, experts say.

Creativity and culture a perfect cocktail

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ambitious Ha Noi mixologists have created a stir by utilising long-forgotten local ingredients to create unique and marketable flavours. Elisabeth Rosen raises a glass to their success.