Vietnam, Danang Guide (B): The Best Vietnamese Coffee You’ll Ever Have
I’ve sipped on Italian espressos in Venice. I’ve had French press coffee in a famous café in Paris. I’ve been caffeinated by iced Freddos in Greece, countless cups of café cortado in Spain, and spent shameful amounts of dollars on instagrammable coffee in NYC. My conclusion?
Before arriving in Vietnam, I knew coffee was “a thing”, but I had no freakin’ clue how incredible the coffee culture actually was. Coffee shops are on every corner of the country, from the smallest village to ginormous, frenetic Saigon. At any given hour of the day, old men are drinking cà phê on a miniature wooden stool in an open-air café with some buddies, and young giggly teens are gathered in groups at trendy cafés sipping on sugary coffee concoctions. I was so excited by the coffee when I arrived, I drank three cups my first day…and then my left eye started twitching, I couldn’t stop talking and my hands were shaking. (WARNING: try and control yourself. This is some strong shi*). ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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