Vietnam Coffee Filter ( inox phin)

 Here are some of Inox Filters in Vietnam, Vietnamese use this filter ( Phin cafe) to make a cup of  Hot or Iced - milk coffee ( Cafe Sua Da ). 240ml Inox Filter: 

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This stainless steel phin is just like those used in Vietnamese homes and cafes.
Quicker than using a coffee machine, and perfect for single-cup servings, you’ll love the convenience of brewing your coffee with your very own restaurant-quality phin.
It’s easy to use, and once you try it, you’ll be hooked.
Just set the phin on top of any cup or mug. Add one to two tablespoons of ground coffee, more or less to your personal preference for strength. Drop the tamper into the phin to keep the coffee in place as it brews.
Boil 8 ounces of hot water on a stovetop or in a microwave. Pour just enough hot water into the phin to dampen the coffee, and let it soak in for about 15 seconds. Then, fill the phin with hot water, and cover.
 
Listen as your coffee drips through the stainless steel filter. When the dripping stops, lift the lid to make sure all of water has dripped down into your mug.
Remove the lid and enjoy your coffee!
For an authentic, Vietnamese café taste, add two tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk.
Try using your phin with Vietnamese-grown grounds from I Love My Weasel Coffee.