Brew Coffee the Vietnamese Way: Coffee & Stories

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Being curious about the coffee culture in Vietnam with interesting stories about coffee


What you'll learn

Strong and flavourful Vietnamese coffee makes converts as quickly as it raises pulses. French colonists might have introduced coffee to Vietnam, but the morning cup of ca phe soon became a local habit. Vietnamese coffee has developed its style with yogurt, eggs, and fruit variations.

Join our Virtual Vietnamese coffee class with Cong to learn more about Vietnamese coffee and the coffee culture in Hanoi, Vietnam.

We're a group of young Vietnamese coffee lovers, and want to show the world how to enjoy strong black coffee like a local!

This class is perfect for

Age: 14-80
Interest: Food and drinks
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Meet Cong & Quang,

Your teacher

Having a chemistry degree but I love doing tours and meeting people from all over the world. I am the Co-founder at OneTrip with local, a tourist company based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Our team has hosted over 2000 tours for 4+ years for travelers from over 138 countries worldwide. (The number continues to grow!) When the pandemic started in March 2020, I was trained and worked as a co-host with Elena, the Airbnb Community Leader in Lisbon, and Ricardo Lopez from Mexico City, the judge in Mexico's national coffee competitions on Airbnb Online Experience for the "Worlds Top Coffee Masterclass." We ranked #2 worldwide at that time. I also joined the Horticultural training program at Agrostudies, Ruppin Academic Center in Israel. I worked hard, studied hard, and spent a lot of time traveling all of the places in Israel. In November 2021, I returned to Vietnam from Israel and worked with my team to create virtual tours on mutiple platforms including AMPHY.

What to bring

It will be best if you can prepare. Otherwise, it's always fun and exciting to see how we brew a cup of Vietnamese coffee:
-Vietnamese coffee filter with a spoon
-Ground Vietnamese coffee
-Condensed milk
-Hot water and some ice
-A pen and a piece of paper

How to participate

emailHead to your confirmation email or booking page, and click the button to join the stream.
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