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Where to drink weasel coffee like a local in Central Vietnam?

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Producing more than1.6 million tonnes sold in 80 countries and territories worldwide annually, Buon Ma Thuot City – dubbed as Vietnam’s kingdom of coffee is a place to visit for all coffee lovers on their Central Vietnam group tours.

Coffee shops are everywhere in Buon Ma Thuot and locals here take their coffee seriously. Here are the best coffee shops to enjoy a cup of weasel coffee.

Arul Coffee Shop

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Arul Shop

When it comes to a Central Highland Vietnam’s authentic cafe experience, The Arul Coffee Shop is an easy choice. Its design – E De ethnic people’s long tube house, its decor – a nice balance of many kinds of wood, its great service, and the exciting music played filling you with all kinds of good vibes – all complement its overall motif of functionality and style – a place to either get some work done or relax and immerse yourself in the very authentic atmosphere and scenery of Central Highland Vietnam.

Enjoying top-notch coffees like local families and knowing more about their unique culture. What an amazing experience on your Central Vietnam group tours!

  • Address: 17-29 Tran Nhat Duat Street, Buon Me Thuot City.
  • Opening hours: 06.30.A.M. – 10.00.P.M.
  • Average cost per person: VND 15,000 – 35,000

Azzan Coffee Shop

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Azzan Coffee Shop

Coffee lovers in Central Highland area love this coffeehouse at 25 Tran Phu Street, Buon Me Thuot City. The Azzan Coffee Shop attracts a lot of great buzz for their tasty beverages from freshly roasted and brewed weasel coffee bean as well as their friendly smiles. Other kinds of famously good brews like espresso, Pour-Over, French Fress, Moka Pot together with its convivial vibe makes the Azzan Coffee Shop an inviting place for anyone to stop in.

  • Address: 25 Tran Phu Street, Buon Me Thuot City.
  • Opening hours: 07.00.A.M. – 10.00.P.M.
  • Average cost per person: VND 25,000 – 50,000

Thiên Đường Cà Phê Mehyco

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Mehyco Coffee

Let’s be realistic, if your dream is to sip a mug of weak coffee, you may find yourself disappointed on your Central Highland tour. However, if you do not really like strong coffee and want to try something new, a good option can be to order a Mehyco coffee (cà phê Mehyco) in this coffee shop at No 159/3 Nguyen Van Cu Street, Buon Me Thuot City. This kind of coffee is made of a shot of weasel coffee, along with additional fresh coffee, one shot of rum or champagne, making the taste is less strong and bitter and more unique compared to weasel coffee.

  • Address: No 159/3 Nguyen Van Cu Street, Buon Me Thuot City.
  • Opening hours: 07.00.A.M. – 10.00.P.M.
  • Average cost per person: VND 12,000 – 30,000

Hoai Niem Coffee (Cà phê Hoài Niệm)

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Hoai Niem Coffee

In an area with so many excellent cafes, The Cà phê Hoài Niệm stands out as the longest-standing one – a fine example of both great decor and good drinks. I think you will love this laid-back coffee shop’s decor – a relaxing balance between comfort and style going heavy on 90’s nostalgia.

Their menu is the delicious and features succulent Central Highland’s flavors. Be sure not to miss out on their recent invention – the ice cream coffee. Ice cream and coffee – the perfect pair for everyone, especially those who want to try something new. Bitter and concentrated weasel coffee with sweet and creamy coconut ice cream or vanilla ice cream makes these coffee-based ice cream drinks a must-try on your top group tours in Central Vietnam. A sublime demonstration of the French savoir-faire when it comes to pleasing your taste buds! Come for the freshly roasted weasel coffee, stay for the ice cream coffee.

  • Address: Tran Nhat Duat Street, Buon Me Thuot City.
  • Opening hours: 07.00.A.M. – 10.00.P.M.
  • Average cost per person: VND 20,000 – 39,000

Classic Coffee

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Classic coffee

One of Buon Me Thuot’s craft roasting pioneers, the Classic Coffee is worth a visit for its knowledgeable and passionate owner – who is excited to share it with their customers, famously good espresso, and its relaxed, neighborly vibe. The no-nonsense interior is packed with both locals and foreigners — which is exactly what these devoted folks love about the beautiful homey café space and the fantastic solid coffee it offers.

  • Address: No 30 Ngo Quyen Street, Buon Me Thuot City.
  • Opening hours: 06.00.A.M. – 10.00.P.M.
  • Average cost per person: VND 15,000 – 45,000

Buon Me Thuot is world-famous for its “coffee shops” that offer more than just a cup of weasel coffee. Come here to order a great coffee and immerse in the unique coffee culture of Central Highland Vietnam on your Vietnam group tours!

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