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Vina Gourmet Ville Adds More Vietnamese Goodies to the Plate

Updated on March 28, 2015

Are you getting bored with the grocery items that you are buying and serving at home? Of course, they are tasty, yummy, and you still like eating them, but is your palate searching for a different taste? Perhaps you need to expand your flavor options some more. How about Vietnamese imports—affordable ones—from Vina Gourmet Ville?

You can check out their website and sift through their pantry. Here’s the link: http://www.vinagourmetville.com/. I want to share more about their instant beverages. It’s summer once again and for my part, I am really looking forward to enjoying my recent purchase of Cool Tea and QCafe Arabica.

Let’s start with the Vietnamese 3-in-one coffee from Vina Gourmet Ville. Who doesn’t like instant coffee? But I got bored with the local offers. The truth is, they’re too sweet for me. But this product is perfectly balanced—great aroma, and less sweet than what most of us are used to. It’s my new go-to instant coffee and I highly recommend it to you.


Onward to the Cool Tea—an instant iced tea preparation that tastes equally awesome served hot or cold. If you want to keep off the heat and humidity, just place one pack in water, stir, add ice, and you have your refreshing drink pronto!

Check them out. You won’t regret your purchase for sure.

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      GilraenIreth 

      3 years ago

      Just browsing and I came upon this. Very helpful, thank you. And thanks for the link to the VGV website.

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      IceUnderPressure 

      3 years ago

      Hi, Christian. I am pretty sure they still have plenty of stock. You can ask them directly when you visit the website.

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      Christa 

      3 years ago

      I have tried the coffee. It's not as sweet as the more popular local brands that I usually drink. I really like it.

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      Christian 

      3 years ago

      Thanks for the info. I'm interested in the coffee? Do you think they still have a pack or two for me?

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      Olan 

      3 years ago

      I want to try out the Cool Tea. It's too hot and it's not even May yet.

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      Alec 

      3 years ago

      Hi, instant tea flavors are really interesting.

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