Everything you need to enjoy authentic Vietnamese Café Sua Da at home! Available in Traditional or Ultimate (see below for details).
Perfect for gift swaps, Secret Santa, and other casual occasions, or for when you want to be able to give gifts to a group of people. We have some customers who give dozens of these kits to their business clients every year, and they're always very well received. When boxed, it makes an excellent gift, and has a decorative seal with the name of the kit on the top outside panel of the box. Enjoy real Café Sua Da at home, or give this wonderful coffee experience to a friend or relative!
Note: Gift wrapping only available if "boxed" options are selected. You pay $1 more for boxing without gift wrap, or $1 for boxing plus $3 more for optional gift wrapping.
The Traditional Kit contains a 500-gram box of the ever-popular Gourmet Blend (ground) that made Trung Nguyen famous, a genuine Vietnamese-style sweetened condensed milk by Longevity, and a 6-ounce Phin filter/brewer (as typically used in Vietnamese coffee shops) with pictorial brewing instructions for hot or iced coffee.
The Ultimate Kit contains all this plus a 340-gram bag of Creative 2 coffee (ground), the popular Arabica/Robusta Creative coffee everybody loves, to offer a taste profile contrast. We also upgrade the Phin filter to the 8-ounce capacity Phin, which brews a larger serving. You can order both these kits unboxed (packed loose) or boxed (as shown in the picture). On the Ultimate Kit, you can also choose to add a second 8-ounce Phin filter.
I Love Vietnamese Coffee
I love coffee. Then I heard of Vietnamese coffee. So, I ordered the kit. The kit has all the components you need. Len’s Coffee shipped a well packaged kit and it only took a couple of days to arrive. This is a slow drip coffee, so I reserve it for the weekend. I love Vietnamese coffee, who knew. Coffee lovers will really enjoy this kit. Thanks Len’s Coffee.
Posted by ElleBella on Sep 15th 2020
I really enjoy my morning coffees now makes me remember my time in vietnam
Posted by Ruben Banman on Oct 29th 2018
Great Gift and Exceptional Customer Service
I ordered this as a gift for my boss who orders the Vietnamese iced coffee every time we get pho. The stuff they sell in the cans at the Asian supermarket just can't compare to the real thing. When he opened his gift he thanked me repeatedly and was really excited to use it.
I ordered the kit with the larger phin filter because the standard size doesn't really equate to an "American" cup of coffee. The kit came in a nice sealed gift box with everything you need to get started. It made it easy rather than having to research and piece together everything separately and figure out what coffee they sell at the restaurants. Shipping was fast! They shipped out the item the next morning and it came via USPS priority mail which isn't cheap these days.
Unfortunately, USPS mangled the box pretty badly and one of the filters came damaged. I e-mailed Len and he took care of me. I've also asked a couple of questions about how to use the product, and Len himself always gets back to me really quickly. Really exceptional customer service, and I love supporting a small, family-owned business. We'll be purchasing from them in the future.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 11th 2018
Can’t wait to try!
Tried a Vietnamese iced coffee and fell in love , and I live in Starbucks land. Searched for a way to make it and discovered this web site. I’m in heaven. The web site easy to use, products well described and the package arrived with everything I need. Well packed, coffee smells wonderful, the only downside was the delivery. The USPS man left it next door! Stupid delivery guy, look at the address, this isn’t the first time USPS can’t read numbers. But I just went next door and retrieved it. Merry Christmas to me
Posted by K Hergert on Nov 10th 2017
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