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Cà Phê Sữa Chua (Vietnamese Yogurt Coffee)
Cookbook author Andrea Nguyen first sampled Vietnamese yogurt coffee in Hanoi years ago. To make it, Vietnamese-Style Homemade Yogurt is swirled with coffee and sweetened condensed milk to make a drink that's creamy, tangy, and bittersweet with a caffeinated boost. This refreshing drink is best presented in a tall, slender glass. The yogurt starts out floating on top; when stirred, there's a beautiful marbled effect. Employ inky, robust coffee made from a dark or medium-dark roast for Viet flair. For a more generous serving, simply double the recipe.
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Vietnamese Iced Coconut Coffee

Combining coconut milk, whole milk, and sweetened condensed milk, this refresher by Sahra Nguyen, founder of Nguyen Coffee Supply, shows off the bold flavor of Vietnamese coffee beans. "We believe in building a diverse and inclusive coffee culture. It is a collective investment with everyone along the entire supply chain," says Nguyen. For best results, use a Vietnamese slow-drip phin filter to brew the coffee, and shake the coconut milk before opening to ensure it is smooth.