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  • Vietnamese coffee pot

    Any Sponsors have these


  • #2
    Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

    Is it possible to show a side on view? It is hard to distinguish what it is when the photo is taken at that angle

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    • #3
      Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

      I read the watermark on the photo...went to the site...

      http://importfood.com/vietnamese_coffee.html

      Ironic...Vietnamese coffee pot made in Taiwan :

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      • #4
        Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

        i have one.. ;D although i am not a sponsor, and not looking to sell it.
        bought in in vietnam. if you go to your local vietnamese area they are bound to sell them somewhere.... i think i have seen them around.

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        • #5
          Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

          Sweetened condensed milk....mmmmmmm!

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          • #6
            Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

            Try looking in your local china town or asian grocer.

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            • #7
              Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

              Not in Downtown Coffs Harbour or on the Goldcoast at the Large Asian Supermarket Lucinda..
              It sounds like a Side trip to Vietnamatta next time i go down south,,
              Tepin

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              • #8
                Re: Vietnamese coffee pot

                Easy to find these on Victoria Street [Melbourne]
                I also bought a lovely ceramic on in Vietnam.
                If your really stuck to get one PM me and we can sort something out.

                btw drinking a Vietnamese coffee from one of these, [with ice and condenced milk] whilst sitting on the balcony of a 200 year old trading house overlooking a river and watching dragon boat races, whilst your second pot is starting to drip over the ice and condensed milk [they take about 5 min to extract] is pretty cool

                I guess....when in Rome


                I actually quite like the taste of the Vietnamese coffee [very hazelnutty....if thats a word] I havent checked on this site [yet] but does anyone know where to buy it reasonably fresh?

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