Vietnamese Iced Coffee, or Cà phê đá, is a traditional Vietnamese coffee recipe. Coffee was introduced in Vietnam during the French rule and it quickly became a strong exporter of coffee. Cà phê đá is traditionally made using coarsely ground dark roast coffee individually brewed with a small metal French drip filter, mixed with condensed milk (you can make your own too!) and served with ice. I don’t own a French dip filter, so I used my Italian Moka Pot which makes a pretty strong coffee too and works really well for this recipe. The final result is amazing: sweetened iced coffee at its best! It reminds me of a brand of iced coffee called Georgia that we used to buy in Japan. It was sold in the many vending machines found everywhere in Japan and we used to love it! Besides, my youngest daughter used to love the fact that it was called “like her” and would always look for it! Enjoy!