Enjoy a popular Trung Nguyen coffee with genuine Vietnamese Longevity milk in this kit that supports at-risk children in Vietnam.
You get 340 grams of delicious Creative 2, the perfectly balanced, chocolatey 50/50 Arabica/Robusta blend. And you get the buttery, rich Longevity sweetened condensed milk for that genuine café flavor. To make authentic Café Sua Da at home, the kit comes with a beautiful red Hope Phin that brews a small cup of intense coffee.
You can make the freshest possible delicious Iced Vietnamese Coffee simply by pouring a little of the milk into a clear glass, filling the glass with small ice cubes or cracked ice, and placing the phin over the glass after adding the coffee and hot water. The dripping coffee makes a photogenic display as it cascades through the ice... and within 4 minutes you have mmmmmmmmmmm....
We know you'll have fun experimenting with authentic Vietnamese coffee at home, served exactly the way it is in Vietnamese coffee shops and restaurants. Each kit purchased generates a $3 donation from our proceeds to the Catalyst Foundation, and helps these fine people get added exposure in the world. It's a Win/Win!
For more information on the Catalyst Foundation, click here: https://www.catalystfoundation.org/
Kit contains: 1 bag of Creative 2 coffee, 1 red decorative Hope Phin, 1 14-oz Longevity milk, and our surefire pictorial guide on how to make prefect Cafe Sua Da every time.
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