WHAT IS VIETNAMESE COFFEE
Vietnamese coffee is centered around the Robusta bean and the Phin. Influenced by the French, the coffee is pressed in the Phin by gravity and pressure. The result is a bold coffee, somewhere in between espresso and regular drip brew in strength and open to the creativity both cultures have to offer.
The Vietnamese coffee most know is cà phê sữa đá. Iced Vietnamese coffee with a healthy amount of sweetened condensed milk. Sweet, stout, and refreshingly cold. But, this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Vietnam is the 2nd largest exporter of coffee in the world, Robusta beans making up almost all its offering. Chances are, you’ve had coffee from Vietnam, but never quite like ours.
COFFEE IS HUMAN
At Phin Coffee Club, it's more than just bags of coffee. We are driven to introduce the tradition of Vietnamese coffee making to the rest of the world. Our bottom line is heritage.
Through life and death, war and peace, the cup of coffee lives as a symbol of friendship. From the fields of Vietnam to the heart of Texas, we’ve studied the universal language of Bean and have concluded:
STRAIGHT FROM THE FIELD OF VIETNAM TO YOUR HOME.
At Phin, we’re more than just “fair-trade” or “direct-trade,” we’re a FAMILY business.
From the field to your cup, every process is controlled by our family so that our coffee quality will never be compromised. We’ve grown, harvested, and roasted our coffee the same way we’ve done for 22 years.
Our ultimate mission is to introduce the traditional Vietnamese coffee making to the rest of the world while continuing to pass on our heritage for generations.
Preserve Heritage, Plant More Trees.
We believe that we should leave the Earth cleaner than when we found it. All coffee sellers in the US, including us, must do something about our carbon footprint. To mitigate this, we’re planting one tree for every bag of coffee we sell.