Our Special Recommendation for Vietnamese Coffee Maker
SS Drip Filter Maker Traditional Phin Filter 3 Pieces
Weight: 11.6 Ounces Dimensions 7.8 x 4.2 x 3 inches
Can make French Press, Pour Over 1 Cup Single Serve
Vietnam can be described as a nation fed by coffee. Here locals and visitors love to start their day with a satisfying and stimulating “cup of coffee”. In its simplest form, this is a Vietnamese coffee made with medium to coarse ground Vietnamese roasted coffee beans. It is made with phin or Vietnamese coffee makers that is nothing more than a small metal drip filter.
It was in 1857 when coffee was first introduced to Vietnam by the French and soon became one of the country’s largest exports.
The French not only brought coffee but also brought another item that became critical to the growth of the world-famous Vietnamese coffee: sweetened condensed milk.
Today, a very popular way to drink Vietnamese coffee is to drink it iced and sweetened with condensed milk.
If you want to try new things, you must try them the right way and experience the culture that comes with them. That is why I recommend you buy a Vietnamese Coffee Maker and live a unique experience.
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- This Vietnamese Coffee Filter is made in Vietnam out of HIGH QUALITY stainless steel
- The Ca Phe Phin is 8 oz. Enjoy with traditional ground coffee such as by Trung Nguyen
- The GRAVITY INSERT on this Vietnamese Coffee Filter is easier than the screw down type
- This Viet filter comes with a LIFETIME WARRANTY and is DISHWASHER SAFE. Satisfaction guaranteed!
- Slow dripper brews a perfect hot or iced coffee (cafe sua da) with this Vietnamese Coffee Filter
- 【STAINLESS STEEL MATERIAL】 The elegant coffee press is made of high quality stainless steel, which can resist stains, odor, rusting, corrosion, tarnishing and deformation.
- 【BPA FREE & PAPERLESS】The coffee brewer is health and safe for daily use. No paper filters needed. Reusable and most handy for you to enjoy your coffee, even on the go.
- 【CONVENIENT TO CLEAN】 Detachable for easy cleaning. Just rinse the vietnamese coffee filter with warm soapy water or put it in the dishwasher.
- 【EASY TO USE】Just simply add coffee, water, screw-down insert and you have a cup of flavorful coffee in minutes.
- 【NOTIFICATION】The pressure plate is in the bottom of the cup，you can take it off by spinning.
- VIETNAMESE COFFEE DRIPPER- Drip coffee is an awesome technique to brew coffee (we prefer this to a French Press) & the brewing process for this drip filter takes approximately 4-5 minutes. During this time you can watch & smell in mouth watering anticipation. Have fun & show your friends this interesting technique which is environmentally friendly (no paper filters needed), requires very little storage space, is portable, & easy to clean. Great for home, the office, travelling, & camping.
- DELICIOUS COFFEE- Why pay $5 at your local Vietnamese restaurant when you can make delicious Vietnamese coffee with this strainer from the comfort of your own home? Works well with traditional Vietnamese Coffee, or grind your own Vietnamese Coffee beans or your other favourite non Vietnamese coffee (set to medium-coarse grind). Make the perfect Vietnamese Iced Coffee, you will be in heaven!
- SCREW DOWN VIETNAMESE COFFEE FILTER- This is a 3 piece Vietnamese Coffee Filter. Pieces include the lid, the screw down insert and the drip tray (base plate). Quality, robust, smooth screw down mechanism screws all the way down acting as a coffee press allowing you to pack the coffee the desired amount. This allows you to control the strength of the brew. Packaged in a beautiful box.
- PREMIUM QUALITY- This Vietnamese Coffee Filter is made with high grade stainless steel. You may find cheaper filters online. However the quality will likely be inferior. Why not pay a touch more for this quality Vietnamese Coffee Maker that will last a lifetime (backed by a lifetime warranty)? Dishwasher safe.
- PERFECT SIZE- This filter is a one cup individual coffee maker. 6.5 oz is our best selling size & brews about 15g of coffee. More water can easily be added (once some filters through) to increase the volume if desired. Refer to photo on the left for specific brewing steps. We are so confident that you will love our filter that if you are not happy you can return it for a full refund. Start enjoying today yourself.
Vietnamese Traditional Coffee
The traditional Vietnamese way of making coffee is through the use of a special filter, called Phin. Another good alternative is to use a French press, also known as a plunger coffee maker.
With the French pressing method, ground coffee is normally prepared in hot water before being filtered through the plunger or the press, hence the name.
The coffee produced when using a French press is quite similar in terms of flavor to that obtained from a Vietnamese Phin filter.
The advantage of this technique is that you can prepare large quantities of coffee, depending on the size of the French press. The same applies when you use Vietnamese coffee machines. They are also generally good at producing a very strong espresso.
Vietnamese coffee makers – how to make Vietnamese coffee at home!
Homemade Vietnamese coffee is an amazing way to expand the flavor of coffee without necessarily having to visit the coffee shop.
3 tablespoons of Vietnamese ground coffee.
1-3 tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk (or according to your taste preferences).
200 ml of water near the boiling point (or depending on the desired concentration of coffee).
Place 1-3 tablespoons (depending on your taste preferences) of sweetened condensed milk in the bottom of a heat-resistant glass or cup.
Now place the coffee filter over the cup or glass.
Add the ground coffee into the cup with the filter, press it down with the removable press. Make sure it is evenly distributed in the filter. Avoid shaking the filter so that the grains do not fall and clog the system.
First, pour a little of the boiling water to moisten the coffee.
After a couple of seconds, slowly fill the filter cup with boiling water.
Put the lid on the filter; wait for your coffee to slowly drip into the cup or glass.
Gently press the filter to compress the flowered coffee.
Depending on the size of the filter, this stage should take 3 to 5 minutes. Then remove the filter.
Stir gently to dissolve the sweetened condensed milk. You can try in case you need to add a little more.
If you are making iced coffee, add some ice cubes and immediately serve. If you are not a fan of iced coffee, enjoy your Vietnamese coffee while it is still very hot!
Some like to drink their Vietnamese coffee without stirring. The good thing about this approach is that you first drink the strong coffee and then you end up with the sweet condensed coffee-flavored milk left at the bottom of your cup or glass.
Choice of coffee beans If you prefer to prepare Vietnamese coffee in the traditional way, choose Robusta coffee beans. Alternatively, try the Vietnamese coffee beans that you can easily get at most Vietnamese supermarkets or online.
Usually, roasted Vietnamese coffee beans are very bitter and dark. Only when you try to drink black coffee will you appreciate the role that sweetened condensed milk plays. Basically, it makes your Vietnamese coffee tastier.
Although medium roasted coffees are perfectly fine, avoid light roasted coffee beans as they can be easily overpowered by the richness and sweetness of condensed milk.
Make Vietnamese coffee with espresso
Place the sweetened condensed milk in the glass.
Add a little hot espresso.
Stir gently to dissolve the condensed milk.
Check if you need to add a little more condensed milk.
For an iced espresso, add a few ice cubes and serve immediately.
Conclusion on Vietnamese coffee machines and their particular coffee flavor
Vietnamese coffee is a sweet and strong drink that is often served on ice. Traditionally, it is made with a metallic coffee filter, known in Vietnam as Phin or Vietnamese coffee makers, which generally makes one cup at a time.
Although it is available in most Vietnam restaurants and cafes, you can easily replicate the process at home.
Unlike other types of coffee, Vietnamese coffee with a unique flavor is made from sweetened condensed milk. Thick, rich, and sweet milk tends to balance the bitterness typically associated with strong coffee. The result is that you get a tasty and refreshing drink.