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Historically, Vietnam is one of the most important countries involved in coffee cultivation, and today is the world's second largest producer of coffee (second to Brazil), a fact that comes as a surprise to most coffee consumers.

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Oolong tea is a traditional brew made from the Camellia sinensis bush that ranges in oxidation from 10 to 70 percent, which is between green and black tea fermentation levels. The tea is also spelled wulong or wu-long.

The taste is more akin to green than black varieties. While lacking the rosy, sweet aroma of black brews, wulong offers a delightful, satisfying flavor without the stridently grassy vegetal notes that typify most green blends.

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Once roasted, pretty much all coffee beans look the same. But did you know that there are actually dozens of different varieties of coffee beans? When it comes to your daily cup, though, there are really only two that matter: Arabica and robusta. These are the two primary types of coffee cultivated for drinking.

What’s the difference between the two? It’s significant, and it’s helpful to understand when choosing coffee.

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HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY!
For all the times you’ve brought a smile and made my days seem brighter. For sharing ups and downs with me and making my burdens lighter. For doing the caring things that make a special friend. Your frienfship is a joy. I wish it never ends! Happy Women’s Day!
Huong Mai is always with you!
Discount 5% for all coffee and tea products with order above 50$ on website: www.huongmaicafe.com, from March, 7 to 9, 2019.

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Tea is an important part of Vietnamese culture, as it is infused throughout their history. Today, the Vietnamese believe that tea binds people together and expresses true hospitality; people often invite their neighbors over for quality time spent together over a fresh cup of tea.

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On the occasion of the New Year, Vietnamese people have the custom of visiting pagodas, temples and other sacred places as well as praying for luck, wealth, health and safety in the new year which is a profound tradition of Vietnamese people.

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HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR SALE 15%
On 28th - 30th January 2019 (Vietnamese Hour)
Enjoy Flash Sale discount 15% for Coffee & Tea Products 
Applied for Order ONLINE above $50 through website: 
www.huongmaicafe.com

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Traditional flowers for Tet holiday.

Tet holidays are the days of relaxation, happiness and joy. And similar to pine tree for Christmas holiday in the West, Vietnamese also use many kinds of flowers and plants to decorate their house in this special period.  There are 3 kinds of plants that can not be missing in Tet holidays: peach blossom, apricot blossom and kumquat tree.

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Preserving delicious coffee. Delicious coffee with a strong taste different from other drinks. How to keep the taste of coffee always attractive. besides the quality of pure coffee. You need to care to preserve good coffee so as not to lose the characteristic taste when using.To fully enjoy the typical flavor and quality of the cafe, connoisseurs of coffee will use pure coffee beans.

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Tet Nguyen Dan, more commonly known by its shortened name Tet, is the most important and popular holiday and festival in Vietnam. It is the Vietnamese New Year marking the arrival of spring based on the Lunar calendar. The name Tet Nguyen Dan is Sino-Vietnamese for Feast of the First Morning.

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