Coffee filter / Vietnamese Style Coffee Filter - Phin - Stainless Steel

Coffee filter / Vietnamese Style Coffee Filter - Phin - Stainless Steel

The phin used in coffeeshops in Vietnam for C ph sua d (or Cafe sua da). The flavor obtained from these small and inexpensive brewers is incomparable. No paper filters needed, no big machine setup or cleaning needed to brew a simple cup of delicious coffee.

Please keep in mind that these filters brew a single cup of coffee in traditional volume, about 1 ounce of intense brew, generally expected to be sipped as you watch the world pass by. These are not mug-volume or large quantity brewers. To brew more coffee see our large phin or for a larger cup add hot water after brewing.

They can go under a variety of names eg stainless steel Vietnamese Style Coffee Filter, Phin, Stainless Steel phin, Coffee brewer, Vietnamese Phin, Drip brewer, coffee phin filter, phin filter, Vietnamese coffee filter, drip filter but whatever the name the flavour is the same - a fantastic intense brew - check out our links page to see how to use one.
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SKU SKU21
Quantity in stock 18 item(s) available
Weight 0.20 kg
 
Price: AUD 6.88 including GST
 
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