Before our Founder Sahra Nguyen became one of the first Vietnamese American women to import and roast Vietnamese coffee beans in the United States, she was a filmmaker and activist who has always been passionate about increasing diversity in media and amplifying stories from the Southeast Asian American community.
Our business goes way beyond just selling Vietnamese coffee beans– we're also dedicated to promoting diversity and social justice in all of our work. Our Founder Sahra Nguyen chatted with Forbes about the work we're doing to advance coffee culture and create a more inclusive, transparent world.
Does coffee go bad? Believe it or not, coffee beans also have an expiration date. While they don't go outrightly rotten (most of the time) like produce or meat, coffee beans still lose their flavors over time. Here are our tips to keeping coffee beans as fresh as possible!
Vietnam is the world's largest producer of robusta coffee beans, but for many coffee connoisseurs, it’s Vietnam’s arabica coffee bean varietals that draw them in — especially the Arabica Bourbon cultivar.
Coffee is an international treasure with cultures all around the world consuming it daily. For this year's International Coffee Day, we're celebrating the diversity in coffee with three coffee rituals from around the world.
Nguyen Coffee Supply Founder Sahra Nguyen sat down with Cat Linh of Người Việt Daily News, the first, oldest, and largest daily newspaper published in Vietnamese outside of mainland Vietnam, to talk (in mostly fluent Vietnamese) about importing,sharing, and changing the narratives around Vietnamese coffee and culture. Watch the full segment below.
Check out this iced coffee hack that instantly cools a hot brew via the Vietnamese phin filter. Typically, we make Vietnamese iced coffee by brewing coffee and combining with ice separately – but have you ever brewed coffee directly onto the ice? It's a game changer!
We all love a good coffee shop moment with specialty coffee and curated vibes, but that of course comes with a price tag – one that adds up. Making coffee at home helps you save money in the long-run and you don't have to compromise on flavor, quality, or experience.