Hustle and bustle of Saigon
Almost every two or three blocks
So I saw a highland coffee
Just in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City
There are nearly 20 branches
The bitterness of plateau coffee is heavy
The generosity of condensed milk
Sweet and fragrant and astringent
Three quarters of ice coffee is ice
Faint coffee aroma after melting
Also sells smoothies
Special fruit tea
Called a specialty store for Vietnamese national beverages~
Been there many times, the coffee is very fragrant and full-bodied, usually with ice, local drinking method. Can pull flowers, soak milk enough
There are not many choices of desserts, but they are too sweet. Maybe I didn't choose the right variety.
The waiter is more casual, not deliberate, very satisfied
Generally, there are coffee shops of this brand in the city center and local shopping malls. The price is a little cheaper than Starbucks. It is the top brand of Vietnamese coffee. The flow of people is much larger than Starbucks. There are many special coffee drinks in it.
When you come to Vietnam, drinking coffee is one of the must-do things, and I can’t figure out how many times I drank it. Highland coffee, the environment is very good. I couldn't speak the language, so I ordered a cup, it was the matcha flavor that I usually don't like, but I didn't expect it to taste delicious. The price is very affordable.
I didn't see Starbucks much in Ho Chi Minh, but I saw a lot of this highlands coffee.
After having breakfast at his house, how should I say, I finally tasted Vietnamese French sticks like Subway. As for coffee, I still prefer small street cafes. I sum it up, it is probably because walking on the street, all kinds of flavors are mixed, and a scent of coffee is naturally refreshing. But after entering this kind of cafe, there is a fixed and patterned coffee aroma, which dilutes the sensory beauty of the coffee itself.