Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a refreshing beverage made from strong dark roast coffee, creamy sweetened condensed milk, and ice. It’s intense and delicious!
Happy National Coffee Day!
Today’s post is in collaboration with my friends from Atlas Coffee Club. To celebrate National Coffee Day, they have generously provided a special discount for readers of The Hungry Traveler. Atlas is offering 1 free bag of coffee when you sign up for a new subscription. You can find more details and the discount code at the bottom of this post.
But first, let’s talk about Vietnamese Iced Coffee.
The weather may be getting chilly, but that doesn’t stop me from drinking iced coffee. Vietnamese Iced Coffee is a simple drink but the combination of strong dark roast coffee and creamy sweetened condensed milk makes it taste completely different than a regular cold brew coffee.
How to Make Vietnamese Iced Coffee
There’s a full recipe at the bottom of this post, but Vietnamese Iced Coffee is easy to make. The only caveat is that you need Vietnamese coffee filter presses. These can easily be purchased online or found at your local Asian market. Here is my recommendation: Vietnamese Coffee Filter Press from Amazon
To make the Vietnamese Iced Coffee is simple, here’s a brief rundown:
- Put some sweetened condensed milk in the bottom of a large heatproof glass.
- Bring a pot of water to a boil.
- Remove the lid and the inner filter from the coffee press. Add some coffee. Replace the inner filter. Place the press on the top of your glass.
- Pour some boiling water into the press and let it start to drip through into the glass of sweetened condensed milk. Fill it to the top. Put the lid on it.
- Once all of the water has dripped through, remove the press. Stir together the coffee and sweetened condensed milk.
- Add ice (optional) and enjoy!
What is Atlas Coffee Club?
You’ve heard a lot about Atlas Coffee Club on my site and that’s because they are my friends (I went to college with their creative director) and I love their coffee! And I’m not the only one because they have recently been mentioned by USA Today, Food & Wine, and Consumerist.
Their mission is to share the world of coffee, each month from a new country, via a coffee subscription program. The coffees are all origin-based and you get a fun postcard each month. Also, the packaging is beautiful!
In their words, you can satisfy your wanderlust with your coffee addiction and satisfy your coffee addiction with your wanderlust. Explore the world one cup at a time!
Free Coffee from Atlas Coffee Club
In honor of National Coffee Day, Atlas is offering your first bag free (shipping not included) when signing up for a monthly subscription… Discount Code: coffeetravels2016
Vietnamese Iced Coffee Recipe
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Recipe: Jordan Hamons
Photo Credit: Becca Russo