Coffee Flavours

What we have:

At Viet Huong, flavours for coffee products are our specialty and one of our best-selling products.

We provide both liquid and powdered flavours for any kinds of coffee products, such as roasted and ground coffee, instant coffee including 100% coffee, 2-in-1 coffee and 3-in-1 coffee, and other Ready-to-drink coffee, etc.

Some Applications:

Roasted and ground coffee

Ground coffee is very popular as it is very accessible. Made from whole coffee beans, ground coffee is then grounded, packed, and marketed. Coffee grounds, by comparison, have a much higher capacity for pleasant acidity, a wider range of bodies, and more flavor compounds to be extracted.


Whole bean coffee

Whole bean coffee is marketed whole and the responsibility of grinding the beans is left on the buyer. Commonly, whole beans are grounded just a few moments before brewing so the taste of the coffee is more complex, and fresher compared to ground coffee.



Instant coffee

Instant coffee is the dried soluble portion of roasted coffee, which can be presented to the consumer in either powder or granule form for immediate make-up in hot water, whilst the insoluble parts, or spent coffee grounds, are left behind at the factory, for the manufacturer to dispose of. - Instant coffee 2 in 1: packets contain a blend of instant coffee and sugar. - Instant coffee 3 in 1: packets- contain a blend of instant coffee, sugar, and creamer

Capsules coffee

Coffee capsules are the plastic containers with an aluminum foil seal, with ground coffee contained inside. The capsule is either part of an open or closed system; open systems allow for a broader range of product to be use in the machine, because there are many manufacturers whose capsules are compatible with that machine.



Drip bag coffee

Drip bag coffee (or Drip filter coffee) is the coffee making equivalent of the teabag: a pre-portioned serving of coffee wrapped in paper filter, ready to be infused with water.







Ready-to-drink coffee

Ready-to-drink coffee means coffee in a can or bottle ready to drink without any preparation. It is mainly sold from vending machines and at convenience stores. It is also a product packed in a chilled cup or a PET bottle (Polyethylene terephthalate bottle).

Cold Brew Coffee

Cold Brew Coffee is made by brewing ground coffee in cold or room temperature water for 12 to 24 hours and results in a mellower, less acidic tasting coffee.

Viet Huong's Coffee Flavours

CATEGORYFLAVOUR
PUREArabica Coffee
Cappuccino Coffee
Irish Coffee
Robusta Coffee

LIGHTSOME

Caramel 
Hazelnut 
Milk 
Vanilla
NOVELCream
Chocolate
Ginseng 
Mouthfeel
Tongka – Ali 
FRUITYCoconut 
Durian 

If you have any additional questions or require further clarification, please, do not hesitate to call us or send us an email.

Contact us:

Hotline: (028)3 551 2778 (ext: 201)

Discover about coffee

The word ‘coffee’ comes from the Arabic word ‘qahwah’ which refers to a type of wine.    

The word “Espresso” comes from Italian and means “expressed” or “forced out”. Espresso is made by forcing very hot water under high pressure through finely ground, compacted coffee.

There are two main categories of coffee: Robusta and Arabica. Robusta coffee has a more acidic and harsher flavor with a higher level of caffeine. Arabica is known for its delicate flavor and lower acidity.

The global coffee market, which was valued at approximately USD 102.15 Billion in 2019, and is expected to reach revenue worth USD 155.64 Billion by 2026, is set to record the CAGR of nearly 6.2% over the period from 2020 to 2026.

Coffee provides a revitalizing effect owing to the caffeine present. It is one of the most consumed and popular drinks worldwide. It is prepared and presented in numerous different ways. Usually served hot, it can also be served as iced coffee. As per some clinical studies, modest coffee consumption is gentle or slightly beneficial for healthy adults.

Vietnam Coffee Market is witnessing a CAGR 8.07% during the forecast period (2020-2025).

In 1997, Vietnam overtook Indonesia to become the world’s third largest coffee exporter. In 2000, with 734,000 tons of coffee exports, Vietnam continued to surpass Colombia to secure its second place in the world. This position has been maintained ever since.

Vietnam is the world’s second largest producer and exporter of coffee. The country’s coffee industry is expected to grow strongly over the forecast period, as the population continues to expand at a rate of about one million people a year.

High annual growth in sales of Vietnamese instant coffee paints a favorable picture for the future of the coffee industry. 74.8% of domestic coffee consumption is roast and ground coffee products, and 10.2% are instant coffee products.

The Vietnamese coffee market is divided into two distinct segments. Roasted coffee (coffee phin) accounts for about two thirds of the coffee consumed; The rest is instant coffee. According to research conducted by I.A.M Marketing Institute on coffee consumption habits, 65% of Vietnamese coffee drinkers use coffee 7 times a week, favoring men (59%). For soluble coffee, 21% of consumers consume instant coffee 3 to 4 times a week, which is 52% for women.

TRENDS:

INDULGENCE
Indulgence remains a priority for many consumers, especially considering the restrictions that have been in place throughout 2020, which has seen many consumers seeking convenience and indulgence while staying at home.
TRADITION WITH A “TWIST”
With the current health situation, consumers are actively searching for the comfort of flavours they are familiar with, such as caramel, vanilla and hazelnut. However, as consumers are looking for more elevated products, we can expect more complex flavour pairings with dessert-inspired recipes and spices.
PLANT-BASED OPTIONS
One key emerging coffee indulgence for consumers everywhere and particularly in the US and Canada is the rise of non-dairy milk toppers: almond, coconut, oat…

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COFFEE is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world.

COLD BREW COFFEE is made by leaving coffee to brew in cold or room temperature water for 12 to 24 hours and results in a mellower, less acidic tasting coffee.

The market for cold brew coffee was valued in 2017 at 321 million U.S. dollars, and is expected to reach a staggering 1.4 billion U.S. dollars in market value by 2023.

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