Being known as the second largest coffee exporting country, Vietnam is a paradise of coffee with various options for drinkers. With the abundance of these ingredients, Vietnam coffee drinking culture has been highly developed with unique features.
Coffee output of Brazil falls sharply, which will be a great chance for Vietnam coffee to surpass world coffee market. By dint of this, the price of Vietnam coffee will increase significantly, creating benefit for farmers planting coffee in Vietnam.
In a list of “17 ways to drink café around the world” suggested by BuzzFeed, Vietnam Egg Coffee holds the first position. In recent years, Vietnam Egg Coffee has become a favorite and must-to-try drink of many foreign travelers when visiting the country.
Hanoi egg coffee is not simply just a favorite drink of Hanoian and tourists, but also a traditional cultural feature inherited over generations. With AloTrip in Hanoi City tours, travelers as coffee lovers will have a chance to explore the special drink.
Alison Spiegel, Associate Taste Editor at Huffington Post, recently published an article revealing 21 reasons for loving Vietnam. Accordingly, Vietnam is an ideal place for travelers because of its superb street foods, natural sceneries, and kind people.
The Coffee Fair 2015 is a National Trade Promotion Program. This fair is known as one of major activities in the fifth Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival to introduce and promote Vietnam coffee brands to international friends.
Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival 2015 with the theme "Buon Ma Thuot Coffee – The highland quintessence". It is an event held every two years is organized to promulgate Vietnam coffee in general and coffee in Dak Lak in particular.
Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival 2015 is one of the most important events in Vietnam in general and in Buon Ma Thuot in particular. The festival is characterized by many outstanding activities to attract visitors and promulgate Vietnam coffee.