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GENERAL INFORMATION

Vietnam is the second largest producer of coffee in the world.

Vietnam is the #1 producer of robusta beans in the world.

(This means that A LOT of people in the world are drinking coffee made from beans grown in Vietnam, but may not know it -- which means it’s actually a very familiar flavor profile!)

     3) Our coffee farm is certified organic and clean in Vietnam, using all natural biofertilizers.

     4) Nguyen Coffee Supply is the first specialty Vietnamese coffee company in the United States importing and roasting in Brooklyn, New York.

     5) Nguyen Coffee Supply is founded, owned and operated by a 1st generation, Vietnamese American woman and proud daughter of refugees.

Vietnamese coffee is coffee made with coffee beans grown in Vietnam. Vietnamese coffee is most famous for the robusta bean. Vietnam is the #2 producer of coffee in the world, second to Brazil; Vietnam is also the #1 producer of robusta coffee in the world. You can learn more about Vietnamese coffee here.

Around the world, “Vietnamese coffee” has also been understood as a style and preparation, namely including sweetened condensed milk, the phin drip method and/or very strong coffee. While this is a true part of the Vietnamese diasporic experience, we here at Nguyen Coffee Supply strive to expand the understanding of Vietnamese coffee to include its core roots, Vietnamese coffee beans grown by Vietnamese people in Vietnam. By doing so, we celebrate Vietnamese coffee as a bean and its expansive potential to be enjoyed in a wide range of brew methods and drink recipes. TLDR: Vietnamese coffee has the potential to be more than just narrow, limited expectations synonymous with sweetened condensed milk.

Sweetened condensed milk is commonly enjoyed with coffee in Vietnam. But condensed milk is not the determining factor of “Vietnamese coffee” beverages. Many people in Vietnam also enjoy their coffee black. 

Most importantly, they should be using coffee beans from Vietnam to call it a Vietnamese coffee beverage. Otherwise, we feel that it becomes unfair to erase the labor of farmers in the actual coffee-producing origin if for example, people use an Ethiopian bean, add condensed milk, then advertise it as Vietnamese coffee. We also feel that it is unfair to Vietnamese farmers who don't benefit from the transaction that leverages their culture without their labor or product, and it is unfair to the actual farmers from Ethiopia. For all of these reasons, we believe all farmers around the world deserve  transparency, representation and visibility. 

Mythbuster: some places add condensed milk to their house coffee (using a South American or African bean) and call it “Vietnamese Coffee” … but this is not correct! That's just their coffee with condensed milk. Many countries including Spain, Malaysia, and Indonesia also enjoy coffee with condensed milk. 

Mythbuster: While Cafe Du Monde is a common and affordable "go-to option" in the immigrant Vietnamese community, it is actually not a Vietnamese brand and it's unclear where they get their beans. In fact, most people in Vietnam have never heard of Cafe Du Monde.

Mythbuster: Cafe Du Monde has a popular brand that adds chicory to their coffee (as a filler to cut the bitterness).  In Vietnam, it is not traditional or common to add chicory to their coffee.


We recommend consuming the coffee within two to four weeks. Over time, coffee (especially ground coffee) oxidizes and changes flavor just like other foods. Personally, we feel that our robusta coffee beans age extremely well and get more delicious over time. Even 2 months post-roast, the chocolatey aroma becomes more apparent. Learn more about how to keep your coffee fresh here.

Loyalty is the Nguyen Coffee Supply signature blend -- made with both robusta beans and arabica beans -- for a smooth balance of nutty, chocolatey, and a hint of fruit. It’s designed to be your everyday coffee and tastes amazing as espresso.

Vietnam is most famous for its robusta beans.

Moxy is 100% arabica beans -- which is a lighter and fruitier coffee. It’s also a rare specialty bean of Vietnam since it’s less than 10% of Vietnam’s total coffee production. Moxy is also excellent as an everyday coffee or espresso.

Truegrit is our strongest coffee,  being 100% peaberry robusta. It has nearly 2x the caffeine content of Moxy. It's bold, strong, and surprisingly smooth!

All our bags are 100% Vietnamese coffee beans roasted fresh in Brooklyn, with no added ingredients or artificial flavors.


In the coffee world, there are two main species of coffee beans: robusta and arabica.

Robusta beans have 60% less sugar and 60% less fats than arabica beans. Robusta beans have nearly 2x the caffeine content of arabica beans.

Generally, this means that robusta beans are stronger and more bold / robust in flavor. For farming, it also means that they are more disease resistant due to the caffeine.

Arabica beans have less caffeine content than robusta, and 60% more sugar and 60% more fat than robusta, which is why they tend to be lighter, sweeter, and fruitier.

You can learn more about the different bean types here.

Truegrit, our 100% robusta coffee, is the strongest with nearly double the caffeine content of standard cups of coffee.

Direct trade means that Nguyen Coffee Supply works directly with the farmer in Vietnam -- there is no middleman. Sahra handles all business communication with her farmer over chat and email, in Vietnamese. Through this process, they develop a positive, transparent, and sustainable relationship built upon trust and honesty.

Nguyen Coffee Supply is registered with the FDA and works with an amazing customs broker to process all direct shipments properly.

You can learn more about how we make direct-trade, sustainable coffee here.

Single origin means that the beans are from one country -- sometimes that means a specific city or even a specific farm.

Generally, single origin indicates higher quality beans because they are not mixed with beans from multiple countries where it becomes harder to track each country’s production quality.

Green bean means coffee beans that have not been roasted yet. So Nguyen Coffee Supply imports green beans from Vietnam, and then fresh roasts them every week in Brooklyn.

Due to commercial liabilities, we do not sell green coffee beans at this time.

At this time, we do not offer decaf coffee.

We roast in Brooklyn, NY at a commercial roasting facility.

Our coffee farm is certified organic and clean in Vietnam, using all natural biofertilizers.

Our coffee is roasted without any additives, flavorings, or oils. We only roast 100% coffee beans.

You can find our coffee beans in person at these locations here. All other products such as phin filters and merch are available exclusively online.

Information on our wholesale program can be found here.

You can read our guide on how to keep coffee fresh here.

We have found that when packaged properly, coffee frozen can taste delicious. However, if not stored properly, the coffee can get freezer burn. We’d recommend freezing coffee at your own risk.

BREWING & PHIN INFORMATION

We have a brew guide with coffee bean recommendations for various brew methods.

Please see our brew guide for recommendations on various brew methods as well as bean type.

We have a guide on grinding our coffee beans here.

Please read our guide on dialing in your phin filter here

Please read our guide on how to use and clean a phin filter here.

At this time, unfortunately, we do not sell replacement parts for the phin filter. Please contact hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com for further information and assistance.

Phin filter brewed coffee is more concentrated due to the water to coffee ratio. Additionally, phin filters don’t require a paper filter, so the extraction process and final cup differ from pour over.

Our pricing is derived from a variety of factors such as fair labor wages, costs of materials, and production. Our producers are a small, woman-owned team in Vietnam who make our phin filters in batches. Phins at supermarkets may have been mass produced in factories without any information provided on origin or sourcing. We’re striving to be as transparent and ethical as possible through every level of our business, and the prices are an effort to reflect that.

ORDER INFORMATION

Thanks for your order! You can track your order using the link provided in your shipping confirmation email. If you have not received it, please check your spam folder as well. Please send an email to hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com and our team will be able to assist you.

Thank you for your order. We have found that when there are no tracking updates, this means USPS has yet to scan your shipment, but it is still on its way (which can happen during peak online shopping times). We have seen orders show no tracking updates up until the date of delivery, so don't worry if you don't see one a few days after ordering or longer at times as your order is in their system and on its way to you.


We are only able to change shipping addresses on orders at this time. Changes to items in an order will need to be canceled and replaced. Additionally, orders cannot be changed once they have been fulfilled by our team. Please send an email to hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com and our team will be able to assist you.

If you placed an order and it has not been fulfilled yet (you have yet to receive a shipping confirmation email), please contact us at hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com and we will cancel your order. 

If your order has already been fulfilled by our team, we are unable to cancel it for any reason. If you need to change the address, you will need to reach out to the shipping carrier directly to schedule an intercept if possible.


If your order has NOT been shipped yet, please email hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com to get your address changed.

If your address was inputted incorrectly and we have already shipped your order, you are responsible for retrieving this product or contacting the shipping carrier directly to re-route your order.

At this time, we only accept payments through credit card, Paypal, Apple Pay, and Google Pay.

Please send an email to hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com and our team will be able to assist you.

Please send an email to hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com and our team will be able to assist you.

Sometimes carriers like USPS and FedEx mixup packages. Most often, they arrive shortly after they were marked as delivered. We also recommend thoroughly checking your address, asking neighbors if they accidentally received it, and contacting the shipping carrier directly to file a claim if it’s missing.

We recommend using our coffee in any of our delicious drink recipes here. We’re unable to refund or accept returns for orders of coffee; please see our refund and return policy here.

You can modify your coffee subscription in our portal here.

Please send us an email at hello@nguyencoffeesupply.com with your order number, your gift note, and any other instructions after you've placed your order.

SHIPPING INFORMATION

We offer free U.S. shipping on orders $50 and up.

At this time, we ship domestically in the U.S. and to these countries:

Australia

Canada

France

Germany

Ireland

Singapore

United Kingdom

Please note: any customs and fees are the responsibility of the customer post-purchase; we will not cover any taxes and fees levied by the destination country. You can read our shipping policy here.

Please allow 5-10 business days for us to roast and ship your order via Standard Shipping.

We also offer expedited 2-Day shipping if you need a package sooner. You will receive a shipping confirmation email once it’s been fulfilled by our team.

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