Buon Ma Thuot city (Dak Lak province) is considered as the kingdom of coffee in Vietnam. This central highlands city is well-known for its outstanding coffee and numerous cafes. In the city, you can see coffee trees everywhere, most of the families earn their living on growing, processing, brewing, selling coffee. Nothing is easier than finding a cafe and drinking a cup of great coffee in Buon Ma Thuot city. Cafes from big to small, from modern to old are everywhere on the streets of the city. In the early morning, cafes in Buon Ma Thuot are crowded with customers because drinking coffee has become a habit of local people. If you also need something refreshing your life, go to Buon Ma Thuot. Local coffee gourmets prefer to prepare the coffee themselves. Some cafes in Buon Ma Thuot perform all the stages of coffee processing and preparation for their customers.
Buon Ma Thuot coffee is the best coffee in Vietnam
Trung Nguyen coffee village in the center of Buon Ma Thuot is surely the place that attracts the most tourists. Covering 20,000 square meters, the coffee village embraces the architectural style and cultural identity of the Central Highlands. The café is like a museum dedicated to the history of coffee growing not only in Vietnam but also around the world. Here, you can not only enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, but you will also learn a lot about coffee: its history, coffee drinking cultures, coffee harvesting and processing, preparation, and especially the art of tasting. After the visit, you’ll be a coffee expert.
In addition to Trung Nguyen’s G7 brand coffee, various other types of coffee are on offer in this café like Cappuccino, Latte, L’mour, Mother Land and Red Rose, Weasel, Legendee, and Passionate, etc. A local said: “After picking, the beans are dried. Once dry, they are peeled. We use a wooden mortar and pestle to do this step. After that, we roast the coffee and then use the same mortar to grind the roasted beans. Finally, we simmer the coffee in a bag”.
Buon Ma Thuot coffee is very popular in Vietnam and world
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