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Vietnamese Traditional (Phin) Filter/Brewers

Stainless steel Vietnamese single-cup brewer (called a Phin), 4 piece kit with instructions. This little filter is perfect for brewing a single cup of intense, delicious coffee in the traditional way (6-7 ounces, typically). When guests visit, give them the authentic Café Sua Da coffeehouse experience by using a separate filter and cup for each person and adding sweetened condensed milk. We now offer larger capacity Phins as well. Every Phin comes with a pictorial instruction sheet for easy use, and carries a Lifetime Warranty.

Our Phins are actually made to our own technical specifications and are INOX II (AISI 316L) highest grade stainless, more resistant to corrosion that regular stainless.

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  1. 5 Star Review Simple

    I was introduced to the Phin filter when I ordered the Vietnamese Coffee MiniKit with Buon Me Thuot Special (S) because it looked so curious and simple to use. To my surprise; it is very simple to use and makes the experience very personal.

    Now I keep using it to experiment with other grounds. I highly recommend this philter.

    Posted by on Mar 21st 2017


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