Introducing: the black and white coffee ice cubes! Say goodbye to diluted iced coffee. We freeze Vietnamese robusta coffee for an added caffeine kick together with coconut milk for added creaminess as the ice melts and continues to flavor the drink. Feel free to swap for your milk of choice!
Elevate your cocktail game with our version of the Espresso Martini! Vietnamese robusta coffee brewed in a phin filter adds bold, chocolatey notes to your typically dry martini. The phin brewed coffee provides strength similar to an espresso shot. We use vodka for a cleaner flavor, but feel free to substitute for gin if that's your thing!
Our Lemon Cold Brew Spritz is your new summer go-to drink! The brightness of the lemon pairs beautifully with the nuttiness of Vietnamese robusta. We add Topo Chico for extra carbonation, but feel free to use the sparkling or mineral water of your choice.
This is our twist on the classic old fashioned. Bold, intense, and very flavorful, the Vietnamese coffee old fashioned combines the smokiness of whiskey with the chocolatey flavors of Vietnamese coffee to create a savory and sumptuous drink unlike any other. Level up your mixology game with this one!
Pandan coffee is the not-too-sweet drink you didn’t know you needed! This drink combines the floral, grassy notes of pandan leaves with the boldness and depth of Vietnamese coffee. We opt for pandan paste, but you could even use pandan leaves if you’re feeling fancy.
Cozy up with our Peppermint Coffee! Icy peppermint and our nutty Loyalty blend go together like a WINTERY DREAM. You know that feeling you get when you drink water after eating a mint? This drink gives you that and more.
Up your home barista skills with our Rose Latte! Pair cardamom and rose water with our Loyalty blend for next level flavor. Sweet and floral notes combined with the unique nuttiness and deep flavor or arabica and robusta Vietnamese coffee beans makes this drink one you'll want to make over and over.
Level up your hot chocolate with this Mexican chocolate coffee. Call it what you want: a Mexican mocha, Mexican hot chocolate coffee, or Mexican Chocolate Coffee– one thing's for sure, it's delicious. Using real Mexican chocolate, this drink combines the bittersweet flavors of chocolate with the bold strength of Vietnamese coffee brewed using a phin filter for crazy flavor. Froth with a molincillo if you're trying to keep it really traditional!
Calling all sinh to bo (avocado smoothie) lovers: our Dirty Avocado Shake with Vietnamese phin coffee is a remix of the classic treat. Creamy and sweet from the avocado and condensed milk and bold and strong from the Vietnamese coffee, this twist on the nostalgic Southeast Asian favorite is guaranteed to please.
This seasonally appropriate drink is better than your average PSL. Made with real pumpkin puree, it's a light, autumnal treat. The combination of warming pumpkin spice and Vietnamese robusta are perfect for these colder days!
This doubly caffeinated drink is creamy, not too sweet, and guaranteed to get you going. The combination of matcha and Vietnamese robusta coffee go together like a dream! Try making this easy recipe at home with just a few simple ingredients.
The Strawberry Milk Latte during our 4-month pop-up, Cafe Phin, was a part of our secret menu. For lovers of comfort and nostalgia, this drink takes you back to playground days, but with an adult flare with the addition of strong Vietnamese coffee.
Though Vietnamese coffee is traditionally made with sweet, condensed milk, we here at Nguyen Coffee Supply recognize that not everyone wants or is able to consume animal products — especially dairy. That’s why Sahra Nguyen, our founder, came up with a delicious alternative to make Vietnamese coffee without condensed milk.
You know salted caramel, but do you know sea salt coffee? Here at Nguyen Coffee Supply, we love experimenting with new flavor combinations and have created the perfect recipe for when you can't decide between salty or sweet.
Inspired by classic cocktails, our shakerato packs a punch and takes espresso to the next level. We recommend either our Loyalty or Grit coffees for this recipe.