Story Egg coffee initially appeared after 1946 and got popular in the 80s when milk was rare and becomes shortage in Vietnam at that time. Mr Giang-a founder of coffee store-Nguyen Giang had used egg as substitute for fresh milk .
Simple ingredients but make it gorgeous and stand-out compared to others!
- Brew a small cup of Vietnamese coffee.
- Crack an egg and discard the whites.
- Put the yolk and the sweetened condensed milk in a small, deep bowl and whisk vigorously until you end up with a frothy, fluffy mixture like the one above. Add a tablespoon of the brewed coffee and whisk it in.
- In a clear coffee cup (we’re going for aesthetics here), pour in your brewed coffee, then add the fluffy egg mixture on top.
Hanoi’s street coffee- Vietnam a unique culture drinking a cup of coffee from street vendor is all about valuable experiences when you come to Vietnam, especially Hanoi. Even sitting and enjoying coffee alone can bring special times to anyone. People can enjoy more peace in their mind, slow down life’s speed. Live, breathe, and learn other appreciated thing rather than work. Take time to look around, forget the busy life outside and thinks carefully about the past and future.