Cafe Sua Da (Vietnamese Iced Coffee)

Cafe Sua Da (Vietnamese Iced Coffee) created by Flaquis from S. Ca

This is my favorite way to have coffee. My grandma had a coffee shop in Vietnam. Very easy to make, you can even chill dark coffee (espresso) the night before so you have some in the morning.

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  • Make your coffee. I use a traditional Vietnamese coffee filter, but you do not have to if you don't have one.
  • Prepare a cup with about 3 - 4 tablespoons of the sweetened condensed milk.
  • Stir together coffee and condensed milk.
  • Pour over ice.
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"This is my favorite way to have coffee. My grandma had a coffee shop in Vietnam. Very easy to make, you can even chill dark coffee (espresso) the night before so you have some in the morning."
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  1. Flaquis from S. Ca
    Cafe Sua Da (Vietnamese Iced Coffee) Created by Flaquis from S. Ca
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  2. Flaquis from S. Ca
    Very authentic recipe! I used a Vietnamese coffee filter (as pictured) and only used 2 tbs of condensed milk...4 would have been too sweet. I also used a little less than 1/4 cup of coffee. I like to make a batch so that I can have this on the go whenever I or my boyfriend needs it. This recipe definitely saves you a lot of money. Thanks Kewthi!
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  3. taro1
    This is my favorite way to have coffee. My grandma had a coffee shop in Vietnam. Very easy to make, you can even chill dark coffee (espresso) the night before so you have some in the morning.
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