Vietnamese-Inspired Iced Coffee for When You Simply Don’t Have Time
You're in for a sweet shock
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Traditional Vietnamese iced coffee involves steeping dark roast coffee grounds anywhere from 10 minutes to overnight. That's awesome and all, but that method is slow, and ain't nobody got time for that. Luckily, cold brew coffee is now readily available at most grocery stores, so grab a glass and start making your own at home. It'll save you time and money. Smooth, sweet, dense, and dark—you're equipped with all the caffeine you'll need for that morning grind.DirectionsIn a tall glass filled with ice, combine condensed milk, coffee and as much milk as you like. Stir the ingredients together and drink up.