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When you enter the little museum "Drink Vietnam" you are surrounding by all the different spirit and tea that Vietnamese people use to drink to be healthy. Each product have there own description with the health benefits. You will learn more about...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
6/15 Cach Mang Thang Tam | Ben Thanh, D1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000, Vietnam
We were lucky enough to be staying at Nguyễn Shack Saigon and enjoyed the coffee everyday. Their specialty tea blends and coffees along with a range of fruit infusions are a wonder to the eye.
It is a place with a relaxed chill vibe to...More
If you like to try different coffees give this a go it’s not cheap and I wouldn’t say the coffee was that good but it’s a different method of brewing coffee.There was a toilet so I was happy.More
Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Belinda C
NguyenShack, Guest Relations Manager at Drink Vietnam, responded to this reviewResponded 1 November 2018
Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry that you did not like the Vietnamese method of brewing coffee. This method is the most popular around Vietnam. The preparation process give Vietnamese coffee its particular style with the coarsely ground beans going into...More
We discovered this gem by chance, wandering quiet alleyway nearby our hotel.
As well as friendly owner ,French Canadian , and local Tam they captured our heart for an escape from the beaten track. Food was fresh and great and although we did not stay...More
This is basically like a specialty coffee and tea shop. Not sure why it is listed as a museum.
Took my GF here and she likes coffee (though she doesn't really like vietnamese coffee). Neither of us were terribly interested.
It was a cool looking...More
I love this place and could spend hours just reading about the herbs and teas on offer. No A/C true, but the iced hibiscus tea was refreshing and delicious. The owners hand-blend teas for your symptoms if you are keen. These make amazing gifts. Off...More
I had never suspected that Vietnam could brew such delicious Coffee and Tea! I always heard that Vietnamese people liked it, and I thought it was due to the French Colonialism. But I was Wrong!!
I've been to Paris!!
And French Coffee tastes like sewage...More