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Default Instruction for Vietnamese Iced Coffee

(Caf=E9 Sua Da, or Ca Phe Sua Da)

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- Vietnamese Ground Coffee.
- Condensed milk.
- Sugar.
- A Vietnamese style press pot.
- A tea spoon
- Boiling water.

Step1: Add 4 tea spoons of sweetened condensed milk into the glass.

Step 2: Add =BD tea spoon of sugar into the glass.

Step 3: Add 6 tea spoons of Vietnamese Ground Coffee into the coffee

Step 4: Press the plunger down into the coffee pot. There is a screen
on the bottom of the coffee pot, and another screen is in the plunger.
The ground coffee will stay between 2 screens. The plunger can be
screwed down into the pot. However, for the best result, Just drop the
plunger into the pot. Do not press at all.

Step 5: Add boiling water to the brim of the coffee pot.

Step 6: Let the coffee drip about 2 to 5 minutes.

Step 7: When the coffee stops dripping, mix the milk and the coffee.

Step 8: Add ice cubes into the glass.

Step 9: Enjoy and indulge yourself with an exotic glass of Vietnamese
iced coffee.

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