Tuesday, 25 April 2017

10 drinks you should try one time to Vietnam

Travel to Vietnam not only to look at the beauties of Vietnam but also you should taste and enjoy special drinks throughout the country. Here are the top 10 drinks you should try one time: 
1.     Fresh coconut
Fresh coconut


Fresh coconut is the drink was much loved not only by the freshness, sweet coconut water which contains many beneficial nutrients to health. Fresh coconuts are smaller than the larger coconuts. You can find the best coconut place near Hoang Van Thu Park and the street with the same name in Tan Binh District and near the international airport of Tan Son Nhat.
2    2.       Sinh Tố (Fruit smoothie)
Sinh Tố (Fruit smoothie)

Fruit smoothie made from fresh fruit by pureed with a few teaspoons of condensed milk, crushed ice and fresh fruit. Fruit smoothie is a nutritious beverage with vitamins which is good for health. The fruits used to make smoothies, such as strawberries, carrots, avocado, mango, banana, pineapple, papaya, watermelon, custard, apples, jackfruit, durian, dragon fruit, ...
3    3.        Nước Rau Má (Pennywort Juice)
Nước Rau Má (Pennywort Juice)

Pennywort Juice is like cucumber juice and is served in most restaurants across the country. This drink will help you keep water in the wet weather of Vietnam while you are touring the country. Finding this drink is like finding a salesperson. The best place to go is where there are crowds, especially schools, universities, markets, around the park, and so on.
4    4.      Nước Sâm (Herbal Tea)
Nước Sâm (Herbal Tea)

Herbal Tea is a popular drink in Ho Chi Minh City every summer. Although no ginseng as its name suggests, the main component of these beverages is simply sugar cane, vegetables, corn, root competition, but the cooling effect and improve health very quickly. Le Hong Phong streets selling herbal drink is most crowded Saigon, especially in the evening. Additionally, you can also visit Nguyen Thien Thuat - Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Dien Bien Phu - or Ta Uyen Dinh Tien Hoang - Duong Tu Giang to enjoy a glass of champagne to have refreshments. Besides herbal drink, most shops are supplied water endive and artichokes to choose from.
5    5.       Sâm bổ lượng (Cold Sweet Soup)
Sâm bổ lượng (Cold Sweet Soup)

Cold Sweet Soup is a dish originated in Guangdong, China with the exact name of "bar of milk", meaning the food is warm, nutritious. Don’t know ever since, Cold Sweet Soup has become a familiar dish for Vietnamese people, especially in the Southern provinces. The main use of this tea is the heat, sedative and nourishment of the body by the ingredients have been traditionally recognized as medicinal drugs such as humiliation, great apple, lotus seeds, boron, Ear ... The above components help the body reduce weakness, sleep better, clear mind.
6    6.      Egg coffee (cà phê trứng) in Hanoi
Egg coffee (cà phê trứng)

Egg coffee (coffee eggs) is a Vietnam beverage available with egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk and Robusta. Drinks manufactured by hitting the egg yolks with sugar and low, then split in half a cup of espresso coffee, are used along with the number of eggs, ready by heat and beat the yolks.
There are only a few well-known addresses for egg coffee:

          Giảng cafe:  No.106 Yen Phu Street (close to West Lake)
          No.39 Nguyen Huu Huan Street (close to the Old Quarter)
Đinh cafe:   No.13 Dinh Tien Hoang Street (has lake view of the Sword Lake)
7     7.       Rượu Nếp Cẩm (Vietnamese Sticky Rice Wine)
Vietnamese Sticky Rice Wine

Sticky Rice wine is a wine tradition of Vietnam, originating from the North West, is made from sticky rice raw material fermentation and distillation will be taken to obtain alcohol.
8    8.      Soda Chanh (Lemon soda)
Lemon soda

Lemon soda is flooded on a steamy day: basically, it is a homemade lime that is usually prepared in part. You are given a glass filled with sugar and sometimes lime juice at the bottom, with a box of soda on the side. Sometimes you are given a glass of ice and sugar with a little lemon slice so you can squeeze your own juice into the glass. I give lemonade "no sugar" or "sugar" because the sugar is a lot of sugar, it can block the straw if you do not mix water before taking a sip.
9    9.       Trà Atiso (Artichoce Tea)
Artichoce Tea

Artichoke tea offers many health benefits such as keeping the body healthy, supporting weight loss, helping keep liver & kidneys healthy. All made from artichoke stems, roots, flowers, leaves of artichoke (grown in the highlands of Dalat).
1    10.   Bia (Beer)
Bia

Many different beers is only their home area in Vietnam, so your choices will vary depending on where you travel. At the southern part Ho Chi Minh City, formerly called Saigon they are the local beers with named Saigon Red, Saigon Special and 333, all dancing light and sweet than beers from other areas of the country. In the central region of Vietnam, the local beers as Huda (called Hue, the capital of the Empire Denmark and Vietnam), and Beer La Rue, a type of beer bitterness is believed to have originated from a French recipe. A visit to Hanoi is not considered complete without a pilgrimage to the Corner Beer Society (at the streets of Luong Ngoc Quyen, Patrick and Dinh Liet) to try the fresh beer (called Bia Tuoi Hanoi), with low alcohol, tasting letter.

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