COFFEE IN VIETNAM

Deva is a coffee distribution company in Vietnam to the international market.

To find the best coffee in Vietnam, we invite you to learn about the history of coffee production to create unique drinks.

History of Coffee in Vietnam

Coffee was first introduced to Vietnam in the 1850s by French colonists. Initially planted on small farms, this quickly changed into large scale production on massive plantations located in the highlands of Vietnam.

History Of Coffee In Vietnam
History Of Coffee In Vietnam

Since the first crops, coffee production has continued to expand and even drive the agricultural industry in Vietnam and contributes a substantial percentage to the country’s GDP. Coffee is second only to rice in agricultural production.

The majority of coffee production and processing takes place in Dak Lak Province, a province located southwest of Danang. Buon Ma Thuot, “the capital of coffee”, is the main supplier for coffee in Vietnam as well as coffee export. Vietnam has continued to expand coffee production and is currently the second largest producer of coffee, only behind Brazil.

The coffee in Vietnam is mostly Robusta coffee. Robusta is easy to grow with high yields and therefore is quite cheap to produce. Robusta beans are known for their strong earthy flavors and more bitterness than the more expensive Arabica beans. However, the Robusta bean is also known for high caffeination, making it a choice bean for espressos, coffee blends, and instant coffees.

Types of coffee in Vietnam

Because Robusta coffee production in Vietnam is large, most of the coffee consumed in Vietnam is Robusta. The result is that the coffee served is very concentrated with a rich flavor and high caffeine content; You will immediately notice that Vietnamese coffee servings are much smaller. In addition, Vietnamese Coffee will often be mixed with sugar and an additional ingredient to mask the bitter taste of Robusta beans. Here are some of our favorite coffee drinks for you to try during your visit to Vietnam:

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