Almost all varieties of tea are produced in Vietnam, and usually they are divided into 3 types: green tea, plain black tea and scented tea.
Let's go back to the origins of tea production in Vietnam. As is often the case, the biggest industries begin from the biggest discoveries.
The Vietnamese are really proud of kopi luwak because of its fame among coffee lovers around the world.
What’s special about it and how is it manufactured? To create our freeze-dried coffee we use naturally roasted coffee beans.
What are the features of coffee from Vietnam? Why is it so popular for many coffee lovers? Check the answers in our FAQ.
Let’s dive into dried mango’s nutrition and its benefits. You’ll also find out how dried mango is produced.
The durian fruit is also known as the ‘king of the fruit’ to the people of Vietnam. Let’s get acquainted with such an interesting fruit.
Tea is a favourite drink for many people all around the world. We created a tea gift which impresses any tea lover and creates unforgettable emotions.
Sense Asia is represented by a fine collection of dried fruits. Dried fruits are just as easy to eat on trips, as at home.
Companies create wonderful, bright advertisements for their products, but how do you know how good the tea is?
Nowadays more people are interested in a healthy lifestyle and “green” products. Tea is one of those products.
Herbal tea is a really popular type of tea in Vietnam. Due to many herbs growing up here, Vietnamese often use them in food and drinks.
Vietnamese manufacturers have carefully analysed demand in various countries and intend to increase exports of black tea.
Dragon fruit is the key food item exported by the Vietnamese and it is very much loved by the locals too.
Tea brewed from dried pandan leaves has a sweet taste and aroma. It is an innovative type of tea due to its unique flavour and nutritious qualities.
According to the statistics of Vietnamese Department of Commerce, the volume of mango varieties exported hugely increased.
In Vietnam, especially in Hanoi, the many local tea traditions demonstrate the nation’s love of tea drinking.
Coffee made from natural pure robusta beans has a dark saturated colour, a deep aroma and a thick crema.
The Vietnamese really love to drink coffee made with a phin and they are very popular devices today.
Just like lotus tea, ancient green Shan Snow tea is the personification of Vietnamese tea culture.
In Asian countries, the lotus is a symbol of purity and perfection. Vietnamese leaders have traditionally been regular drinkers of lotus tea.
Tea culture in Vietnam is based around ancient ceremonies for growing and drinking tea. Tea is consumed every day in every Vietnamese house.
In Vietnam you can find many unique tastes and types of loose leaf tea. The Vietnamese have been drinking it for 2,000 years, and the country is now among the world’s top 10 exporters of the product.
What do you know about the mango? Nowadays, fresh mango has become one of the most popular snacks in the world. In Vietnam, mango is used as an ingredient in numerous dishes.
Coffee from Vietnam has become more famous and is in greater demand on the world coffee market. This is not surprising because now Vietnam is a leading producer of robusta.
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