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Ca phe da – Coffee served on a bed of ice
Ca phe sua da – Coffee served with condensed milk, on ice
Ca phe trung – like a cappuccino, except with the addition of an egg or two
Kopi luwak – The process of making coffee by feeding beans to civets – a type of weasel – and then roasting the excreted beans
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Japan ranks Number 3 in the world for coffee consumption and coffee shops are called Kissaten.
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Coffee was introduced to Vietnam in 1857 by the French and slowly grew as producer of coffee in Asia. The height of coffee production occurred in the early 20th century as small-scale production shifted towards plantations. The first instant coffee