Vietnamese Coffee House opens in Birmingham with an exciting Creme Egg inspired drink

Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now
A Vietnamese Coffee House in the Jewellery Quarter is serving up Creme Egg inspired hot chocolate using traditional brewing techniques

It’s the Birmingham coffee house which uses a unique brewing technique all the way from Hanoi to create the ultimate cuppa.

Tranquil 1992 Coffee House only opened a few months ago in the Jewellery Quarter and it’s serving a range of hot drinks using traditional Vietnamese brewing techniques.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

It uses the “phin” filter popular in Hanoi and meticulously sourced robusta coffee beans directly imported from Vietnam. Tranquil 1992 said: “Each cup is thoroughly prepared and refrigerated at the optimal temperature for eight hours to reach the right flavour before being served with an aromatic flourish.” 

Tranquil 1992

One of the popular beverages at the unique venue on Vyse Street is its signature egg coffee and salted coffee. And it has introduced a host of delicious new drinks in the run up to Easter, including Creme Egg inspired hot chocolate, called egg cream hot chocolate - also available as a cold drink.

Tranquil 1992 Vietnamese Coffee House in the Jewellery QuarterTranquil 1992 Vietnamese Coffee House in the Jewellery Quarter
Tranquil 1992 Vietnamese Coffee House in the Jewellery Quarter | Tranquil 1992

The latest drinks also include matcha coffee fusion and tiramisu coffee - all promising an unique and unforgettable taste experience. Thang Nguyen, founder of Tranquil 1992, said: “As our coffee drinks are completely new to British customers, we are so happy that we have received plenty of great reviews and regular customers recently. 

“We hope these new drinks will add a delightful touch to your Easter Holiday with family and friends. Besides, our future goal is to create our own retail coffee beans brand.”

Comment Guidelines

National World encourages reader discussion on our stories. User feedback, insights and back-and-forth exchanges add a rich layer of context to reporting. Please review our Community Guidelines before commenting.