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Coffee was introduced into Vietnam by French colonists in the late 19th century and the country quickly became a major exporter of coffee. Vietnamese coffee is often roasted with butter to give it a distinctively mellow aroma though it is almost always served very strong. Outdoor cafes are a ubiquituous part of the scene in almost any Vietnamese city and serve as neighborhood hangouts for locals.
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Coffee was introduced into Vietnam by French colonists in the late 19th century and the country quickly became a major exporter of coffee.  Vietnamese coffee is often roasted with butter to give it a distinctively mellow aroma though it is almost always served very strong.  Outdoor cafes are a ubiquituous part of the scene in almost any Vietnamese city and serve as neighborhood hangouts for locals.