For those of you that are after a traditional way to make Vietnamese coffee or just want an alternative brewing method for coffee that is quick, easy, and doesn't require much clean-up afterward, the Phin filter is your perfect match.
- No paper filter needed
- Stainless steel
- Ready in under 10 minutes
- Made in Vietnam
We recommend adding 3-4 tablespoons of coffee into the filter, pour a small amount of hot water into the chamber, and wait about 15 seconds for the water to soak the coffee before filling the chamber entirely. Place the lid on top and let it drip.
Scan the QR code on the Phin for an instructional video on how to properly use your Phin filter.
Saw these on a food blog so thought I would give it a go.
No hassles to use and the coffee (robusta) , hot and iced, tastes great.
Looking forward to trying it in an espresso martini.
Highly recommended but of kit.
I bought the 240 ml Phin Filter as a Christmas present for a friend and they absolutely love it.
I ordered two 240ml Phin filter units recently, one for myself and one as a small surprise for a friend. I just wanted to thank the owners of this product. You've made me very happy! I received them in Hobart today from you. I didn't think the quality would be there but I was very pleasantly suprised as to how good and well made these are! They are excellent. Very good quality stainless steel. I'm confident these will last for years if you look after them ie just rinse out after every use. So easy. I followed the video below except I didn't have ice prepped ATM. I was worried there might be extra drips wasted after the process had finished and therefore missed flavour. So after the drip had finished in 5 minutes I checked after putting the filter down on the reversed lid after several minutes and not one drop had came out. The coffee cake left over was dry! This says a lot. It says that every little droplet of coffee has gone through to the cup. So this thing is very efficient folks. Zero waste. The process took 5 minutes. The resulting coffee was deeply flavoured. And beautifully hot suprisingly! I'm being serious when I say that the pour from this nifty little gadget is tastier, richer and better than that of my $650 coffee machine. Yup! I mixed in a teaspoon of condensed milk and man what a treat. Yes! Naughty I know... but nice and indulgent. Grab yourself one. You won't be disappointed.
Reminds me of my favourite cafe
As a European, I am used to making coffee using my French Press and Moka Pot.
However, I gave this phin filter a try as I was curious to see what kind of coffee it brews.
Oh Man! It definitely brings out new flavours. Letting the coffee drip down into my cup while I was doing my morning routine without having to worry about turning off the stove or plunging the coffee is definitely a time saver.
The coffee slowly dripping definitely makes the coffee more concentrated which means it is both stronger and smoother.