Ever since my visit to Dominican Republic over a decade ago, I learned to enjoy coffee. Then, I visited Vietnam and discovered their iced coffee. This type of coffee is the drip type of coffee.
“Coffee was introduced into Vietnam in 1857 by a French Catholic priest in the form of a single Coffea arabica tree. Vietnam did not become a major exporter of coffee until the Đổi Mới reforms and opening of the economy after the war. Now, many coffee farms exist across the central highlands. Vietnam is now the largest producer of the Robusta variety of coffee and the second largest producer of coffee worldwide. The beverage was adopted with regional variations. Because of limitations on the availability of fresh milk, as the dairy farming industry was still in its infancy, the French and Vietnamese began to use sweetened condensed milk with a dark roast coffee.“—- Wikipedia
What Is Lam Bevy?
Lam Bevy is the instant version of the traditional drip method. No longer do I need to wait for the coffee to drip into my cup. Also, I do not need to stir like crazy to mix the condensed milk for it to blend well.
Lam Bevy is a 3 in 1 coffee mix that has two varieties— Strong & Smooth and Strong & Sweet. The latter is the stronger coffee.
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6 thoughts on “Product Review: Lam Bevy Instant Vietnamese Coffee”
This must definitely taste better than the ordinary Nescafé i took this morning.
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Yes, that’s it!
I had my first Vietnamese coffee in a Vietnamese restaurant on Denman Street just a block away from English Bay.
I frequented that restaurant daily during the 1st year I lived in Vancouver.
Sadly despite doing a good business all the time, it closed.
One of my fondest memories of the 4 years I lived in Vancouver was having a pho, a Vietnamese sub and Vietnamese coffee there.
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Agree! Those are classics in Vietnamese cuisine!
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I’ve never had vietnamese coffee before
Ooo these sound delicious! I love a strong tasting coffee and I bet it tasted yummy with the condensed milk! Sachets like this make it so much more easier and quicker to have, don’t they?
Thanks for sharing!