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I had this at my favorite Vietnamese restaurant, and it's my favorite iced coffee recipe. The trick is to use espresso or to make your coffee as espresso-like as humanly possible. If the coffee is any weaker than that, the sweetened condensed milk becomes the main thing you taste, instead of the coffee.

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Lyraria November 27, 2006

Sweet and cool. The darker you can get the coffee, the better this tastes, I think.

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Nose April 18, 2005

Excellent recipie! I like it hot with a fresh baugette or croisant. My local Asian market sells a generic dark roast coffee. It takes a bit of going to get it all together (the coffee and pastry), but YUM! Is it ever worth the bother!This coffee is also wondweful iced. And at such a savings!

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Countrywife December 07, 2006

I am currently sipping the cofee as i write this. The teast is simply ok, just like normal cofee but abit richer.Thank you Mercy for the teast experience:)

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lemoncurd April 06, 2005

I tried this with chock full of nuts instant coffee at home, we don't have a coffee maker, and all I need is one cup in the morning. YUMMY!! Thank you Mercy, what a delicious coffee recipe!

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Doelee April 05, 2005
Vietnamese Coffee