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Saigon Café Blend

A true traditional Vietnamese-style blend with signature Vietnamese Highland Robusta and premium award-winning Arabica and Catimor beans. That chocolatey flavor you love is here in a coffee we created ourselves... now our top-seller coffee to restaurants and cafés. All natural, vegan, premium coffee with an amazingly smooth, chocolatey, buttery profile hot or iced.

Our many years as a supplier to the USA of famous Vietnamese brands of coffee including Trung Nguyen and Highlands Coffee have shown us the secrets of the genuine Vietnamese coffee taste. And we love having control over the grind... our customers enjoy brewing with the Phin, French Press and drip machines, and most Vietnamese coffees do not do equally well in all three. Our "perfect grind" will deliver an optimal 4-5 minute brewing time in the Phin and works well with press or drip machines (coarse drip is the setting). Or choose whole bean to adjust for the grind you want. Our dry process will not clog your grinder or grind-and-brew machine like the Trung Nguyen whole beans tend to do.

Serve up genuine Vietnamese café taste in your own kitchen every morning!

8 oz bag, choose coarse drip or whole bean.

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Notes: Chocolate, butter, apricot, brown sugar. Relatively high in caffeine. If you like Creative 4 or Gourmet Blend you should enjoy this coffee.

This is a coffee that is relatively high in caffeine due to the Highland Robusta. It is about 150 mg per serving, about the same level as Creative 4 or Gourmet Blend.

Contains Arabica, Robusta, and Catimor beans from Southeast Asian genetic stocks that have been selected for over a century for their chocolatey, buttery taste profile, slow-roasted with natural flavor extracts, similar to the original traditional "secret" recipe of Vietnam.


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  1. 5 Star Review Better then advertised

    This exceeds billing will be buying again.

    Posted by on Sep 15th 2017

  2. 5 Star Review Nailed it

    Like the headline implies, they nailed it with this blend. The flavor is just about perfect, especially mixed with condensed milk. It doesn't have the rum-ish flavor that most of the Trung Nguyen coffee's have.
    If it only had the butter roast aroma, I'd never drink another type of coffee again.

    Posted by on Aug 25th 2017

  3. 5 Star Review Congratulations to Len!

    I love the new Saigon Cafe Blend. It is every bit as good as the Trung Nguyen varieties. I will definitely be ordering more of this as soon as I am about to run out of it.

    Posted by on Aug 3rd 2017

  4. 5 Star Review Great flavor

    After settling on Truong Lam Home Blend, this is the first coffee that is as satisfying yet not overwhelming. Just perfectly enjoyable.

    Posted by on Aug 3rd 2017

  5. 5 Star Review Len nailed it!

    Len said he was trying to get a Creative 4/Gourmet Blend and he succeeded.

    Posted by on Aug 3rd 2017

  6. 5 Star Review Excellent Vietnamese style blend!

    This is a superb Vietnamese style blend and I will most certainly order more. I still love all the Trung Nguyen varieties, but Saigon Cafe blend is excellent.
    I would say that it is a cleaner, brighter tasting coffee overall than most of the Trung Nguyen blends, but still with that rich, chocolaty, buttery consistency. I find that it works wonderfully for hot as well as iced coffees, whereas some Trung Nguyen blends are best served iced in my opinion.
    Great Job!

    Posted by on Jul 31st 2017

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