To craft her pour-over kit, Debbie Mullin sampled over 40 different coffee suppliers in Vietnam before landing on the aromatic beans from the country's central highlands. And we're thrilled about the delectable, creamy results. Vietnamese coffee is a blend of rich coffee and sweetened condensed milk. Now, you can satisfy your craving on-the-go with her portable, small-batch ingredients. Start by anchoring the origami-style pouch to your mug, then slowly filter hot water through three to five times. Next, add your choice amount of sweetened condensed milk, stir, sip, and savor. With no tools required, just think about all the places you can enjoy this treat: Mountaintops (preferred), hotel rooms (take that, bad hotel coffee), and the office (post-meeting treat). Coffee sourced from Vietnam. Milk and sugar from California.
We spoke with Debbie about her background, her trip to Vietnam, and the myth of a "typical day" in her shoes on the blog. She also wrote about WomenMadeLA, the collective she formed with two other UG makers, for us. (Check it out).