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Truong Lam Home Blend - 3 Pack

This is a quintessential Vietnamese house blend like a visitor might find at a sidewalk café in any Vietnamese town. It's a blend of multiple coffee species, like most of the best Vietnamese coffees, containing Buon Me Thuot Highlands Arabica, Robusta, (on the label it says 'Cherry' but this is a transliteration of Chari, which is their word for Excelsa), with the delightful addition of Moka, a variety of Arabica with petite beans and a naturally chocolatey taste. The roast is a deep butter-roast, and the flavor is quite sweet, dark, and very full, with a pleasant bitter edge. It's especially good iced with milk and sugar in traditional Vietnamese iced coffee style.

As with all traditional Vietnamese "butter roast" coffees, some natural extracts, butter oil and a touch of salt and sugar are most likely used in its preparation. Generally "butter roast" does not necessarily mean butter, it is sometimes a vegetable oil for stability. So we cannot vouch for whether this product is Vegan or not. For guaranteed Vegan products, you may want to try our Saigon Blends line, which we create ourselves and know is 100% Vegan.

We are selling Truong Lam ground coffee in 3-packs now for better economy for us and our customers :-) We're currently limiting sales to 2 Three-Packs (6 bags total) each customer to make sure all the fans of Truong Lam have a chance to buy.

Three bags of 500 gram (1.17 lb) bag, total ~3.5 lb. ground for Phin filter, French Press, cone-shaped drip machine and pour-over.

Limit 2 per order, please!
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  1. 5 Star Review Truong lam

    Dark, strong, slightly sweet and chocolatey!
    Can't find anything like it!

    Posted by on May 29th 2024

  2. 5 Star Review my new iced favorite

    I tried this in a pinch while my go-to was out of stock...and, wow! This coffee is delicious hot, but it's DIVINE iced. I'll definitely be adding this one to my permanent rotation.

    Posted by on May 22nd 2024

  3. 5 Star Review Love this coffee

    Trung lam is now my goto 100%,, alot going on in each cup, love it

    Posted by on Nov 1st 2023

  4. 5 Star Review Thick & chocolatey with a hint of sweetness

    It's our favorite Robusta blend. It's thick and chocolatey. There's a hint of sweetness so we're able to have it black without any milk or sugar! It's nice & strong too.

    Posted by on May 25th 2023

  5. 5 Star Review Truong lam

    This is my favourite coffee. Really dark with a little sweetness. Perfecto!

    Posted by on Feb 1st 2023

  6. 4 Star Review Great for Blending

    Truong Lam remains one of the staples in our coffee cupboard. We find it too rich to drink on it’s own but blended with any of the Trung Nguyen coffees, about 1/3 Truong Lam : 2/3 Trung Nguyen it makes a superb beverage.

    Posted by on Jan 28th 2023

  7. 5 Star Review The best!

    I love this coffee! I’ve been drinking it for many years. Although I’ve tried drinking other coffees nothing compares to this.

    Posted by on Jun 27th 2022

  8. 5 Star Review Unique and delicious

    I've been drinking this coffee for years. It has a distinct chocolaty
    flavor. It's a treat in a cup.

    This coffee has a distinct chocolaty flavor. It's a treat in a cup.

    Posted by on Jun 1st 2022

  9. 5 Star Review Strong enough

    Excellent coffee and I love the consistency of the coffee!

    Posted by on Nov 4th 2021

  10. 5 Star Review Dark, Rich and Full-bodied Coffee

    Truong Lam is a strong, densely flavored, complex coffee that ranks among the best of the Vietnamese

    Posted by on May 28th 2021

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