At Kopitiam, a tiny Malaysian coffee shop on Canal Street, there is a coffee that is very competitive with what is served in Stumptown, La Colombe, and every other store. White Coffee beans (Bac Xiu) valued at USD 4 were praised by Ligaya Mishan of the New York Times and even though its name has nothing to do with Bac Xiu (dissolved white coffee) – It is roasted with olive oil and mixed with a little condensed milk.
Chef-owner Kyo Pang explains why most Americans have not heard of it until now:
“Malaysian coffee is very delicate and very different from other coffee. We realize that many people do not have much knowledge about it. Some argue that White coffee is closely related to Vietnamese coffee (Bac Xiu), because we use condensed milk. Not many Malaysian restaurants use this fresh coffee, because it is especially about processing, and dissolved coffee or Bac Xiu is more convenient. ”
“Pang has an exclusive relationship with Koon Kee, a cafe based in Penang, Malaysia. She is proud that Kopitiam is actually the first and only national standard coffee shop to bring Koon Kee products: White coffee appears as a soluble ”
OUR WHITE COFFEE IS VERY DELICATE … IT IS LESS CAFFEINE. OUR WAY OF BREWING COFFEE IS ALSO VERY DIFFERENT: THE WATER MUST BE ABOVE 200 DEGREES TO SQUEEZE OUT THE DELICIOUS AROMA. CREATE NATURAL FOAM FROM CONDENSED MILK.
Drinking is smooth and sweet – like a diet version of traditional coffee.
The version of dissolved Bac Xiu Duong cafe is the Vietnamese version of White Coffee, but it is adjusted the recipe of recipes suitable for many different tastes and customers.
The charming taste of Vietnam Dissolved Bac Xiu is very suitable for those who regularly drink coffee, even those who do not drink coffee. Very good for health, spirit why don’t you try it once.
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