Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House is officially making a comeback in Vancouver.
The popular and short-lived Vancouver House pop-up concept is teaming up with a local South Granville purveyor Beaucoup Bakery to deliver a new drool-worthy beverage for us all to enjoy.
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Ca Phe and Beaucoup are launching a new cold-brew Vietnamese coffee for a limited time.
The drink is made with coffee beans roasted in butter and rum, and they are imported directly from Vietnam. Expect it served chilled with vanilla coconut milk and condensed milk cream.
A quarter from each drink sold will be donated to programming at Chinatown House, so there’s even more reason to try this special offering now.
The cold-brew Vietnamese coffee will only be served until the beans run out, and if this is anything like Ca Phe’s previous creations – it will be out of stock soon.
Ca Phe has revealed there are plans for another pop-up in the near future, we’ll keep you posted!
Address: 2150 Fir Street, Vancouver