Natural ground coffee MOCKA, roasted Natur Boutique, 125 g
Exclusive Vietnamese coffee.
Mocha is a type of Arabica with a delicate, light chocolate flavor and mouth-watering aroma.
The coffee tree was brought to Vietnam by French missionaries in the middle of the 19th century. Even in their boldest prayers, they could not imagine that Vietnam would become the world's second largest exporter of coffee after Brazil in 150 years. The success of Vietnamese coffee is due to its unique tropical climate, which is perfect for growing coffee.
The coffee is grown, handpicked and processed in the same locality in Vietnam to provide an unrivaled fresh taste and delicious aroma.
Ingredients: Arabica (mocha variety). No fragrances. Medium roasted, hand harvested.
Origin: Vietnam, Dak Lak province.
Nutritional value per 100 g: proteins - 0.12, fats - 0.02, carbohydrates - 0.04.
Energy value per 100 g: 1 kcal.
Distributor: Private Enterprise "Victoria", Ukraine, Kiev, st. Magnitogorskaya 1E, +38 044 502 60 36, +38 067 324 84 64.
Vietnamese coffee is one of those types of coffee preparation that every coffee drink lover should try. Plus, it's very easy!
Vietnamese coffee preparation method:
To do this, you will need:
- a set for making coffee, consisting of a filter, a wringer, a lid.
- Natur Boutique-Vicofi coffee (Vicofi)
- condensed milk
- ice (optional)
Add 2-4 tablespoons of condensed milk to a glass. The more condensed milk, the sweeter the coffee will be.
Place the filter on the glass, put 2-3 tablespoons of ground coffee in the filter, flatten, cover with a wringer and pour in some hot water (slightly below the boiling point) to moisten the coffee. The more coffee you add and press tighter, the stronger the coffee will be.
Wait 30-40 seconds.
Top up the remaining hot water up to the filter limit and close the lid.
Leave for a few minutes until the finished coffee has completely drained through the filter into the glass. Watch the coffee drip down. This usually takes 4-5 minutes. If the coffee drips too quickly, press the spin again. If, on the contrary, the dripping is longer than 5 minutes, then, most likely, you pressed the spin too tight.
Remove the filter from the glass and stir the coffee.
Vietnamese coffee can be served hot or cold with ice added. For a hot drink, while the coffee drips down, dip the glass into another larger glass with hot water.
In case you want cold coffee, it is best to pour the prepared and mixed coffee into another glass with ice.
You can buy a filter for making coffee in Vietnamese in our online store.