Coming to Vietnam, foreign tourists often only care about culinary specialties such as pho, bread or bun cha … But besides these delicious dishes, Vietnamese drinks are also one of the things to leave. Strong impression for tourists. No complicated preparation or display is too fussy, all kinds of drinking water are derived from available materials produced from agriculture, but the taste of coconut water, coffee or even just a glass of iced tea is hard to resist and become an integral part of the life of Vietnamese people.
Lotus tea (or lotus tea) is a type of tea flavored with lotus flavor. With the sophistication in preparation, preparation, and ingredients of our country, lotus tea has become a representative of Vietnamese tea culture, contributing to tea culture in the world.
Lotus tea is a blend of green tea grown on the red soil of the highlands and the fragrance of Vietnam’s national flower. Lotus tea makers must be delicate and delicate in every stage. Choose a good tea, refine each lotus flower that is picked early in the morning, brew tea wisely in each petal so that the acridness is reduced, the sweetness is enough and the fragrance is faint.
At the top of the list, it is not possible to mention that there are fruit teas, which can be mentioned as instant as citrus tea, peach tea, strawberry tea … Just a little variation while mixing By combining with many different ingredients such as lemongrass, cinnamon, mint … you have quickly got a hot or cold drink to use at any time of the day.
Vietnam ranks second in the world for coffee production. Coffee in Vietnam has many famous brands. Today, in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, Nha Trang or many other cities there are countless cafes. Among coffee brands in Vietnam, Ground is more popular and Vietnamese people like to use coffee.
In Hanoi, there is more egg coffee. Some coffee shops have brands from the French period like Lecture coffee, Nhan coffee or Lam coffee.
Coconut juice has become a popular beverage in Vietnam for centuries. In Vietnam, there is no need to drink coconut juice in sealed containers, can be used directly from fresh coconut to enjoy the pure and sweet coconut flavor. Usually, small coconuts are sweeter than big coconuts. Coconut is usually harvested at 7 weeks because coconut juice is the best. If you want to sleep well, better not drink coconut juice after 5 pm.
Sugarcane juice is one of the drinks that help cool off in the summer. Under the hot sun of summer, it is not difficult to find a shop selling sugarcane juice. Just a press with sugar cane can make a cup of sugarcane juice. In addition, sugarcane juice must be accompanied by kumquat, to taste the sweetness and taste of sugarcane intertwined with the sour taste.
Not only is it a cooling drink, Vietnamese people believe that artichoke tea has the ability to clean the liver and detoxify effectively. Here, visitors can choose a light bitter black tea with ingredients from stems or golden tea with sweetness made from artichoke flowers.
The most popular, most delicious and “fresh” beer in Vietnam. A street corner beer shop is always attracted by the noise and bustle caused mainly by Vietnamese men. Beer is slightly low in alcohol (less than 3%), cheap (around 1 USD / 1 liter), so it is very popular with Westerners. The drink is also known as a cultural bridge between locals and tourists. Vietnamese people drink beer with targeted items such as green mango, nem chua and so on.
Rượu gạo (Rice wine)
Probably a rice-producing country, rice wine is used a lot in Vietnam, along with beer. The main ingredient of this wine is cereal. Wine is soaked with roots, fruits, and animals such as snakes…
This is a drink that young Vietnamese people use very often. The fruit is crushed with milk or not, can be accompanied by ice. This is considered a healthy, nutritious drink. The most popular is avocado, mango, pineapple, and watermelon