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Sea Salt Coffee – Cà Phê Muối (Vietnamese Coffee)

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Hey there, coffee lovers! Today, I’m bringing you a different take to the world of coffee: Sea Salt Coffee. If you’re tired of the same old cup of joe and looking to add a twist to your morning routine, you’re in for a treat!

What Makes Sea Salt Coffee Stand Out?

Sea salt coffee is like a refreshing breeze on a hot summer day – it’s bold, it’s unique, and it’s downright delicious. The combination of rich coffee flavor with a hint of saltiness creates a harmonious blend that will awaken your taste buds in the best possible way. Cnce you try it, you might wonder how you ever drank your coffee any other way.

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Let’s Get Brewing!

Now, let’s dive into the recipe and whip up this delightful concoction for your morning go-to. 

What you need to make sea salt coffee:

  • Milk frother
  • 8 oz brewed coffee or instant coffee
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • ¼ cup whipping cream
  • Pinch of salt (adjust to taste)
  • Cinnamon powder
  • Ice cubes
coffee brewing

I’m using Vietnamese coffee phin to brew my coffee. It consists of a perforated metal filter chamber that allows for a slow and controlled brewing process. The phin looks simple but it’s very efficient in extracting bold flavors. I’m also using robusta beans to get a stronger flavor.

How to make sea salt coffee

  • Start by brewing 8 oz of your favorite coffee. If you’re short on time, you can also use instant coffee.
  • While your coffee is still hot, stir in a teaspoon of sugar until it’s fully dissolved. Adjust the sweetness according to your preference.
  • Once your coffee has reached room temperature, pop it in the fridge to chill. You want it nice and cold for that refreshing kick.
  • In a separate bowl, whip up ¼ cup of whipping cream until it forms stiff peaks. This will be the creamy topping for your sea salt coffee.
  • Here comes the secret ingredient – salt! Add just a pinch of salt to your whipping cream and give it a good stir. 
  • Fill a glass with ice cubes and pour in your chilled sea salt coffee. Top it off with a generous dollop of whipped cream.
  • Sprinkle a pinch of cinnamon powder on top of the whipped cream for an extra layer of flavor and aroma.
  • Grab a straw, give your sea salt coffee a quick stir to mix everything, and take a sip. 
sea salt coffee

Can you use cold-brew coffee? 

Absolutely! You can use cold-brew coffee to make Sea Salt Coffee. In fact, using cold-brew coffee can enhance the smoothness of the final drink. Simply follow the same recipe instructions, substituting cold-brew coffee for the brewed or instant coffee. 

How do you make cold-brew coffee?

Making cold brew coffee is incredibly simple and yields a smooth, flavorful result. Here’s a quick guide:

  • Use coarsely ground coffee. This helps in extracting the flavors without making the coffee bitter.
  • In a large jar or container, add the coarsely ground coffee beans. Pour cold water over the coffee grounds, ensuring that they are fully submerged in the water. Use a ratio of around 1 part coffee to 4 parts water.
  • Give the mixture a gentle stir to ensure that all the coffee grounds are saturated with water.
  • Cover the jar or container and let it steep at room temperature for about 12 to 24 hours. The longer you steep, the stronger the coffee will be.
  • After the steeping period is over, strain the coffee concentrate using a fine-mesh sieve or a coffee filter. You can strain it multiple times to remove any fine particles for a smoother finish.
  • Cold brew concentrate is strong, so you may want to dilute it with water or milk according to your taste preferences.
whipping cream
whipping cream

And that’s it! With just a little bit of patience, you’ll have a delicious batch of cold brew coffee ready to enjoy whenever you need a refreshing pick-me-up.

Feel free to experiment with the recipe and make it your own. Maybe add a splash of vanilla extract or sprinkle some cocoa powder on top.

Until next time, happy brewing!

sea salt coffe

Sea Salt Coffee

Today, I'm bringing you a different take to the world of coffee: Sea Salt Coffee. If you're tired of the same old cup of joe and looking to add a twist to your morning routine, you're in for a treat!
Time 15 minutes
Course Beverage, Coffee
Cuisine Vietnamese
Servings 1 person

Equipment

  • 1 milk frother

Ingredients
  

  • Milk frother
  • 8 oz brewed coffee or instant coffee
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • ¼ cup whipping cream
  • Pinch of salt adjust to taste
  • Cinnamon powder garnishing
  • Ice cubes garnishing

Instructions
 

  • Use coarsely ground coffee. This helps in extracting the flavors without making the coffee bitter.
  • In a large jar or container, add the coarsely ground coffee beans. Pour cold water over the coffee grounds, ensuring that they are fully submerged in the water. Use a ratio of around 1 part coffee to 4 parts water.
  • Give the mixture a gentle stir to ensure that all the coffee grounds are saturated with water.
  • Cover the jar or container and let it steep at room temperature for about 12 to 24 hours. The longer you steep, the stronger the coffee will be.
  • After the steeping period is over, strain the coffee concentrate using a fine-mesh sieve or a coffee filter. You can strain it multiple times to remove any fine particles for a smoother finish.
  • Cold brew concentrate is strong, so you may want to dilute it with water or milk according to your taste preferences.
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