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Egg Coffee - Unique Vietnam Coffee Hobby

Cà phê tr?ng - egg coffee

Cà phê tr?ng - egg coffee

Cà phê tr?ng - egg coffee

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Coffee is the most popular drink all over the world but in Vietnam, previously people have not drinking coffee interest as much as nowday. 

The most famous coffee in Vietnam is coffee planted and havested in High Central of Vietnam, attached the brandname "Buon Me Thuot Coffee". Enjoying Buon Me Thuot coffee, we seem to feel the air, the sunlight and the style of high land.

Gradually, coffee is becoming popular across the country and now also becomes a culture that makes a unique feature of Vietnamese coffee drinking.

I have not many chance to taste all kinds of coffee over country, but among those tasted, I must say that the most impressive and unforgetable flavor of coffee is egg coffee at Giang cafe in Ha noi.

I am not a gastronomer and particularly not a coffee addict. However, once I went to Giang cafe with my sister, egg coffee absolutely beat my taste for the first time.

That is a cold winter day and enjoying some thing hot, scented, rather bitter, rather sweet of milk like an egg coffee cup was truly interesting. My spirit was so comfortable following the rhymth of the Trinh music.

Giang cafe is not too luxury, it brings us some feel of warm, hospitality that 100% visitor come back after the first time.





Published on 1/4/12

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