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Naturally Sweet Phin Coffee Beans
Nowadays, Vietnam is a formidable coffee producer making some sophisticated and unique Robusta and Arabica coffee variations.
At Peak Flavor Coffee, we realize it’s not easy to get naturally sweet phin coffee because the phin is destined to make your brew a little more bitter. Without intimate knowledge of sweeter coffee bean blends, roasting techniques, and custom coffee grinds, it’s hard to select the best coffee to perfectly fit your Phin coffee maker.
At Peak Flavor coffee, we make better phin coffee easy. Try a custom coffee bean blend, roast and grind for your naturally sweet phin coffee.
Naturally Sweet Phin Coffee Grinds
Making naturally sweet phin coffee is not easy because brewing coffee in a phin coffee maker is destined to develop some bitterness, especially when you use the wrong grinds or an old roast.
At Peak Flavor, we make naturally sweet phin coffee easy. We custom coffee grind naturally sweet coffee beans to perfectly fit your home phin coffee maker. Our coffee grinds measure 900 microns to be medium coarse.
Like with all of our home coffee, we roast fresh for each individual coffee order and deliver your coffee within 8 days of the roast. Fresh roasted coffee is naturally sweet and helps avoids bitterness in your phin coffee.
Phin Coffee, Like in A Vietnamese Phin Coffee House
Originally, the French introduced coffee to Vietnam, planting the first Arabica plants about 150 years ago, well before the espresso machine was invented.
Having only hot water, the Vietnamese developed the Phin coffee contraption that took its inspiration for a Turkish coffee maker. At the time, there was no refrigeration and only very few people had access to fresh milk. To buffer bitterness in original Phin coffee makers, the French started using condensed and sweetened milk. The ingenuity of the Phin coffee maker together with the widespread availability of imported condensed milk gave rise to a blooming coffee culture in Vietnam. These days, Vietnam is a top producer of naturally sweet Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, which we select for naturally sweet phin coffee.
Phin coffee roasting is a little darker than our standard coffee roasting and coffee grinds are a little coarser to avoid over extraction in a Phin coffee maker. Our custom Phin coffee grinds are medium coarse or 900 microns, representing 15 on the Burr grinding scale. As a result of these adaptations to perfectly fit your Phin coffee maker, coffee lovers rate Peak Flavor Coffee as the best coffee for your Phin coffee maker: naturally sweet, mild, and creamy.
At Peak Flavor coffee, we try to make home coffee naturally sweet, mild and creamy for any home coffee maker. Discover here how we do so: espresso machine, French press, reusable k cups for Keurig coffee maker, drip coffee, pour over coffee, chemex, or moka pot or Bialetti.
At Peak Flavor Coffee, we make better home coffee easy. We customize your phin coffee order to perfectly fit your phin coffee maker.
How to Make Phin Coffee?
You can brew typical Vietnamese Phin coffee with a perforated metal cup and saucer on top of a small coffee glass. You load coffee grinds into the metal cup and subsequently pour hot water over the coffee grinds while this perforated coffee sieve allows water to run through the bed of coffee into your glass.
Most Vietnamese let the slow drip of their Phin fall onto a bed of sweet, condensed milk so you get an indulgent, rich, and sweet creamy mixture, called Vietnamese Phin coffee.
As Vietnam started developing into a larger coffee growing region, Vietnamese phin coffee bean blends started to include more Arabica beans alongside Vietnamese Robusta coffee beans. Nowadays, the best coffee bean blends for Phin coffee include naturally sweet Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, mainly from the Vietnamese highlands.
At Peak Flavor Coffee, we realize it is not easy to get a fresh roast of naturally sweet coffee beans for your Phin coffee maker. American grocery shops seldom carry good quality phin coffee or freshly roasted Phin coffee.
At Peak Flavor Coffee, we make better Phin coffee easy, by customizing your phin coffee order to perfectly fit your phin coffee maker.
Good phin coffee is naturally sweet, mild and creamy, made with phin coffee maker on top of a small glass.
To get best phin coffee quality at home, like in a Vietnamese phin coffee house, you need to adjust your coffee bean blend, roast and grind to fit your phin coffee maker.
At Peak Flavor Coffee, we select a naturally sweet coffee bean blend and slow roast in small batches to develop caramel, honey and vanilla notes when we customize for your phin coffee maker.
We grind phin coffee medium coarse to 900 microns, so that your phin coffee maker can extract naturally sweet phin coffee.
We deliver your phion coffee order to you within 8 days of the roast, so you can indulge in phin coffee, just as it reaches best or Peak Flavor.
At Peak Flavor, we believe in better home coffee. That is why we customize and adjust each coffee order for your home coffe maker. Read here how we do so: espresso machine, French press, reusable k cups for Keurig coffee maker, drip coffee, pour over coffee, chemex, or moka pot.
Best coffee for a phin coffee maker contains naturally sweet Arabica and Robusta coffee beans from the highlands of Vietnam, roasted with Italian style for more caramel, honey and vanilla flavor notes. The coffee grinds should be meadium coarse to fit a phin coffee maker. Make sure to brew phin coffee with a fresh roasted coffee. Ideally, phin coffee is never older than 8 days past its roast date.
A coffee roast for Phin coffee should be optimized for sweetness because the phin coffee maker is designed to extract bitterness from your coffee beans.
At Peak Flavor Coffee, we adjust our Italian coffee roast to deliver optimum caramelization and we break off the coffee roast, just before bitter notes start developing.
try our customized coffee roast for best phin coffee.
Coffee grinds for phin coffee need to be 900 microns on average. Only this medium coarse grind will help your phin coffee maker extract naturally sweet, mild and creamy phin coffee.
At Peak Flavor, we custom grind for each type of home coffee maker. Read here how we do so for: espresso machine, French press, reusable k cups for Keurig coffee maker, drip coffee, pour over coffee, chemex, moka pot or Bialetti.