A Guide to Finding Great Coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam

Vietnam, Hanoi Guide (B): A Guide to Finding Great Coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam

If there is a coffee heaven, it is in Hanoi. It’s an exhilarating place to be for coffee lovers. I promise you will enjoy coffee in Hanoi from the very first cup of black velvety coffee till the very last, iced brew.

Coffee culture in Hanoi is massive. As soon as you start exploring the capital city, you notice how much the Vietnamese enjoy drinking coffee, mostly over ice, all day long, without guilt.

They sit on colourful tiny stools chatting away to their friends, work colleagues or just browsing social networks on their smart phones. The whole scene is priceless and picture – perfect.

The Arabica trees were first brought to Vietnam by the French in mid-nineteenth century, but the Vietnamese took coffee growing, producing and making to a different level, becoming one of the largest coffee producers in the world.

Hanoi might seem like a busy place with thousands of bikes buzzing back and forth in an organised mess, but once you squat down on one of those tiny stools you suddenly see and definitely feel the chilled coffee vibe across the city. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Guide to Finding Great Coffee in Hanoi, Vietnam
Guide Location: Vietnam » Hanoi
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Cafe Giang   Cafe Lam   Cafe Pho Co   Cafe Indigenious   Weasel Coffee  
Author: Charlie Stamp
Read it on author's website: http://maptrotting.com/coffee-culture-hanoi-vietnam/