Vietnamese Drip Coffee is a blend of Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, it is typically slowly dripped so that each drop is filled with the coffee flavor. Best had with ice and condensed milk, or even just hot.
Fûhn's authentic pho rice noodles speaks for itself. The founder of Fûhn searched all around the world for the best rice noodle suitable for pho. It turns out, the real name of these noodles are known as "Hu Tieu" which represents flat noodles which has a pleasant and amazing texture that is second to none. Have these noodles in soup or as stir-fry and we bet you will always want seconds.
Bánh Phở is the basic necessity of making a bowl of great pho. However, even when it comes to this rice noodle, there are many types, from the type of rice grain, the type of mixture used to form the rice noodle. This particular Banh Pho is native to Vietnam, known to be of the highest grade of rice grains combined with cassava root, this rice noodle is second to none in texture and flavor. Suitable for traditional pho or great for stir-frying.
Bún Tươi also known as rice vermicelli. In Vietnam, Bun Tuoi is the most popular cold noodles served in many dishes, such as ricepaper, vermicelli noodles, or even in soup noodles.
Hủ Tiếu comes from historically based off of Chinese-Vietnamese-Cambodian type of rice noodle. Pronounced as "who teeyoo," it actually translates to rice sticks and was commonly found to go with seafood dishes. In the latter years, this type of rice noodle became well known to represent pho outside of Vietnam due to its ease of cooking. Perfect for soup noodles and stir-frying.