Trung Nguyen Coffee is chosen from the best beans intergrated with best passions that is appeared in over 50 countries around the world. Especially in big cities such as: New York, London, Berlin, Paris, Toronto, Moscow, Budapest, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok, Shanghai ... now available in Bangkok, Thailand.

Besides, Trung Nguyen coffee is the prior choice for important government seminars, forums inside and outside the country; Trung Nguyen is also chosen as Cultural Ambassador and present for Presidents.

Now you can order online Trung Nguyen coffee in Thailand. Trung Nguyen Thailand can deliver to your home by Thai EMS within 2 business days.

How To Make


* To brew light, you may want to use as little as a level tablespoon per cup. But you can go as strong as you like, even stacking it high in a Phin filter to get an espresso-like result. This is a coffee that is immensly versatile and fun, and for many Trung Nguyen fans, it's their favorite all-round blend.

* For calibrating this coffee for commercial brewing, we suggest the whole bean, set to the grind you need. In commercial machines, if the grind is off, the flavor result can move from light to dark too easily, and some of the fabulous flavor hints can be lost, particularly if brewing at a high temperature (above 195°). The grind is good for Bunn-style carafe brewers, where the results are reliable and delicious and will surpass any coffee service coffee.

* For home brewing, the pre-ground is perfect for cone-filter drip machines, percs, cold-brewing, Phin filters and French Press, so you typically won't get any flavor advantage from grinding it yourself. If you use a basket-style machine you may want the whole bean and it should be ground to medium-fine.

Brewing Vietnamese coffee with a single-cup filter

These filters are great for people who don't have room for a coffee machine or who like to make a single cup at a time. All you need is hot water and this filter kit. If you want to brew iced coffee, follow the same instructions but put the filter assembly over a cup with cubed or crushed ice.

The kit includes the filter chamber, filter press, cup spanner, and cap. Some people prefer a glass mug or cup because they can watch the progress of the brewing.

This method takes about 4-5 minutes from start to finish, somewhat less than brewing in a coffee machine, and it is more fun and guarantees incredible flavor.

Trung Nguyen coffee is a little coarser than most ground coffee. It is made for this method, although it still works fine in most coffeemakers.

Measure out 3 slightly rounded teaspoons or one rounded tablespoon of coffee and place into the filter chamber.

You can adjust the quantity somewhat for your taste, but if the coffee is too loose it will brew too fast and lose flavor, and if packed too tight, it will brew too slowly and get cold, so don't vary too much from the 3 teaspoons recommended.

When the coffee is in the filter chamber it looks like this. Tap the chamber a little to settle it so it will drain evenly.

Place the cup spanner on top of your cup, and place the filter on top of the spanner. Place the filter insert lightly on top of the coffee. Spin it once or twice to even out the grinds. Do not pack it down; the weight of the insert is enough to do the job.

Wet the coffee using about 20 ml (a couple of tablespoons) of hot water... which makes the water level rise just above the filter insert. Wait 20 seconds for the water to sink into the coffee.

It doesn't matter if it all sinks in; after 20 seconds, pour the rest of the water in as shown in the next step.

The best water temperature is about 185° to 195°. Water from a hot water machine is fine, or boiling water that has cooled for a couple of minutes.

Now pour hot water in till it is almost to the top of the filter chamber. Don't worry if some grounds float loose; they will not affect anything.

Now it is time for the coffee to brew. Put the cap on as shown to the right.

Sit back and relax, the brewing takes about 4-5 minutes typically. If brewing is too fast or too slow, you may want to use more or less coffee next time, respectively.

We suggest pre-heating the cup with hot water before you put it together, as it helps keep the coffee hotter.

If you want to use sweetened condensed milk, as they do in Vietnamese coffeeshops, add the milk to the cup BEFORE brewing for the most authentic experience.

If you are using a glass cup or mug it is easier to see when the brewing is done. If not, then after 4 minutes lift the cap and see if the water has drained.

The picture shows a fully drained filter, but sometimes after 4-5 minutes there will still be a little water brewing. No problem; remove the cap if you want to drink the coffee at that time, turn the cap upside down onto the table, and place the whole filter assembly on the cap to continue draining. Then you can add the extra to your cup later if you want.

The final picture shows the filter assembly draining into the upturned cap and a finished cup of coffee. Enjoy one of the finest coffee pleasures available on the planet Earth! Stir the condensed milk up into the coffee or add your cream and sugar at this time.

CAUTION: Filter parts can get hot to the touch, so be careful handling them. Use the handles or touch it gently first to make sure it isn't too hot to handle.

Contact Us

Address: Trung Nguyen Thailand, 10/7 Trendy Plaza, Soi Sukhumvit 13 Khongtoei-Nue, Wattana, Bangkok 10110