Det skal I lave
To start the class we will hear the stories behind the popular cafés of Vietnam and their connection to the history and culture In this class you will learn about the process of coffee from crop to cup: Learn the steps needed to roast dark beans so that they mix perfectly with sweet condensed milk, which is an improvisation made due to the limitations on the availability of fresh milk at French colonial time. Though it is brewed using a surprisingly low tech technique, with a little metal filter called a Phin (a version of the French press), the flavor is truly rich and deep. Enjoy your coffee with a cookie and Vietnamese Tea. This tour is not only suitable for coffee lovers but for travelers who wish to discover the history and culture of a city. After the tour, you will know why cafe culture makes Vietnam a favorite city in the world.
Xin chào My name is Nhat , I was born in a family has been doing and selling coffee at home for the locals in Hoi An over 20 years. Now i owned a little coffee shop and am the Barista here as well. I was shared the secrets and skills to make Vietnamese coffee to achieve the best flavor and I would love to share my coffee experience to other coffee lovers all around the world.
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Her skal du være
The class is held inside of our workshop which is full of colorful lantern. It can hold 25 people to learn together.
Ting, du skal huske
En oplevelse kan annulleres og refunderes fuldt ud inden for 24 timer, efter den er købt.
Kommuniker altid via Airbnb. For at beskytte din betaling skal du aldrig overføre penge eller kommunikere uden for Airbnb's hjemmeside eller app.
Op til 10 gæster på 7 og derover kan deltage.
Making coffee with a Vietnamese "Phin"