Cà phê sữa đá
Vietnamese iced coffee
Made with soy coconut wax + wooden wick
Burn time: 70–80 hours
As Vietnamese, we grew up with our family and almost everyone around us drinking cà phê sữa đá (Vietnamese iced coffee). When Ý was a kid, her mom would make her *sweet* and *strong* iced coffee with condensed milk – sometimes pouring it over an egg flan, even though most moms would just give their kids cà phê dão (a watery coffee from the second pour).
There’s a BIG coffee culture in Vietnam. We meet up with our friends and chat, we find a quiet corner to work, or just to simply read a book – over a cup of cà phê. There’s at least one cafe on every street in Vietnam, whichever city you’re in. Fun fact: Vietnam is the world's second-largest coffee producer.
With this scent, we tried to recreate the taste of a true cà phê sữa đá: The dark, deep, nutty and intense blend of robusta beans, and the slow, smooth, creamy swirls of condensed milk.
Top note: dark roasted coffee beans
Middle note: smoked caramel, almond, cherry
Base note: cacao, brown sugar, vanilla
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