Not everyone knows the names of famous coffee types in Vietnam, although coffee is a popular drink that is popular with many people. Vietnam is the 2nd largest coffee exporter in the world with a variety of coffee types. Below to introduce you to the types of coffee beans and coffee brands in Vietnam. If you are a coffee lover, do not ignore this useful information.
1. NAMES OF FAMOUS COFFEE TYPES IN VIETNAM
As a coffee lover, do you know the famous types of coffee in Vietnam yet? There are 5 popular coffee types that are popular today: Robusta, Arabica, Cherri, Moka, loris.
Robusta coffee is also known as Robusta coffee. This type of coffee is very suitable for the climate and soil in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, annually reaching 90-95% of the total coffee output. This type of coffee has a strong aroma, not sour, high caffeine level, suitable for Vietnamese taste.
Robusta beans are smaller than Arabica. Must be dried directly, not fermented, mainly bitter taste. It is grown at altitudes below 600m, tropical climate and is present in many countries. Vietnam has a total volume of one third of the coffee consumed worldwide.
Jute is one of the varieties of coffee with slightly long beans, grown at an altitude of over 600m. The Arabica pods are harvested, fermented, washed and dried. The taste of Arabica is slightly sour, people often compare it to the same taste as when we eat lemon, it will be very sour, but immediately see the bitter taste of the peel.
Cherry coffee or jackfruit coffee includes 2 main varieties: Liberica and Exelsa. This type is not very popular, but is very resistant to pests and diseases and has high yield. It is grown in the dry, windy and sunny regions of the Central Highlands. Yellow beans, shiny very beautiful. Cherry is very suitable for female preferences with the blend of smell and taste to create a rustic, noble feeling.
1.4 PEA COFFEE
One-fruit loris coffee has only one bean. It has a strong bitter taste, passionate aroma, high caffeine content, and black water.
1.5 MOKA COFFEE
Coffee moka is one of the famous coffee lines of the genus Arabica. In Vietnam, moke is a rare coffee, always priced higher than other types. Moka seeds are much larger and more beautiful than other varieties. Its scent is very special, very luxurious, ecstatic, slightly sour, for the connoisseur.
2. FAMOUS COFFEE BRANDS IN VIETNAM
Coffee is a popular beverage. Let’s take a look at the famous coffee brands in Vietnam today!
2.1 HIGHLANDS COFFEE
Highland Coffee was born from David Thai’s endless passion for Vietnamese coffee beans. In 2002, the coffee shop with the foreign name Highlands was established. Highlands has a variety of product lines, delicate and simple decorative spaces.
Up to now, Highlands Coffe still maintains manual coffee sorting to select each quality coffee bean. Although the price is a bit high compared to the general premises, every Highlands branch has a stable number of customers.
2.2 TRUNG NGUYEN
It can be said that the name Trung Nguyen coffee is considered the beginning of the coffee market in Vietnam. Trung Nguyen’s products were chosen by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as “Cultural Diplomacy Ambassador”. As gifts to Heads of State, domestic and foreign politicians. In addition to coffee products, Trung Nguyen also has products and services such as: franchising, coffee tourism, …
Despite experiencing many ups and downs, so far the name Trung NGuyen coffee is still a familiar destination for coffee lovers. Trung Nguyen Coffee is the only Vietnamese coffee brand present on Vietnam Airline flights. At the end of 2011, the G7 instant coffee product was officially present at the system of leading supermarket groups in the world in the US and E-Mart of Korea.
Starbucks Coffee Company is headquartered in Seattle, Washingtin, USA. The company has 22,519 shops in 67 countries, in Vietnam also has 11 stores in big cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Not only targeting the number of international visitors living and working in Vietnam, the youth are also the target customers that Starbucks targets. The number of stores in Ho Chi Minh City is not much, but the number of customers of each branch is very large and stable.
2.4 THE COFFEE HOUSE
The coffee house was born in recent years but is very popular with young people. Not only the appearance, but also the drink and service style are highly appreciated. Therefore, although the price is a bit high as The Coffee House is still crowded on weekends.
2.5 PHÚC LONG COFFEE & TEA HOUSE
Over the past half century, Phuc Long has always maintained the values of dedicated service to customers. Not only good in terms of quality, service or working environment, but also helps bring the true values of tea and coffee. Many people love Phuc Long coffee because of its unique aroma and moderate quality of coffee. Phuc Long’s cafes are increasingly available in major commercial centers in Vietnam.
This is one of the leading coffee brands in the world. Nescafe was officially produced in Vietnam when the group officially put the Dong Nai factory into operation in 1998. This brand of coffee has delicious taste, beautiful packaging, gentle aroma and variety. a lot of choice.
In addition to the famous coffee companies in Vietnam above, there are also some brands such as cafe G8, VinaCafe, Effoc, Urban Station, …
3. HOW TO MIX DELICIOUS COFFEES
Coffee is a drink bearing the imprint of a region and age. So how to mix delicious coffees?
3.1 HOW TO MIX COFFEE FOR MEN
Those who like strong coffee often use coffee with less sugar and less milk. When mixing you should add a little salt, the coffee mixing ratio will be:
-60% Robusta, this is the representative coffee for men, bringing wisdom in thinking, energy at work, the power to decide. In addition, it also brings refreshment, joy and intimacy when sitting with friends.
– 30% Arbica, this is a sour taste mixed with mild bitterness with ecstatic and elegant aroma.
– 10% Cocoa for a rich aroma, adorned with sour and bitter taste of coffee.
3.2 BLENDS FOR FEMALES OR THOSE WHO LIKE LIGHTNESS
People who prefer lightness often use coffee with sugar or milk. A standard cup of coffee to them is not too bitter, a little sour and sweet from milk:
– 50% Arabica
– 20 – 30% Robusta
– 10 – 20% cherry
– 10% Cocoa
3.3 MIXING WITH SEDUCTIVE FLAVORS
The blend ratio will be:
– 50% Robusta
– 40% Cherry
– 10% Cocoa
The characteristics of these blends are thick broth, bitter bitterness and sour taste. It is the blend of the bitterness of Robusta and the seductive sourness of Cherry.
3.4 HOW TO MIX TEEN COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS
In recent times, coffee has gradually been turned into a beverage. Its characteristics are low caffeine, lots of milk and cold, long soluble so it is a great choice for young people and the office world. The blend ratio will be:
– 30% Robusta
– 40% Arabica
– 20% coffee has a bias between Arabica and Robusta, can be replaced with Moka
– 10% Cocoa
It can be said that in Vietnam today, coffee is a drink mainly present everywhere. So, learning and grasping information about names of famous coffee types in Vietnam is very simple. Hopefully, with the information we share, it will help you understand more about coffee and reputable coffee brands in Vietnam.