What's a Vietnamese Iced Coffee?
Vietnamese iced coffee uses dark
roast coffee and condensed milk to create an intensely strong and satisfyingly sweet coffee drink. The process involves a slow drip through a metal filter—known as a phin—and the ice is added in the last step.
First, sweetened condensed milk is added to an empty glass (remember, the ice bit is at the end)
Next, the coffee is loaded into a metal filter—called a phin—and dripped slowly to preserve its rich, intense, and sweet flavor.
After the coffee has finished brewing, it's stirred and poured over ice.