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This Cup of Coffee is Made with Two Eggs

Facing a milk shortage, one coffee shop owner in 1940s Vietnam whisked egg into his coffee as a substitute. We visited one Toronto café called Dak Lak where they hope to get people hooked on this rich alternative to your morning black coffee.

by VICE Staff
Dec 18 2018, 2:17pm

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Facing a milk shortage, one coffee shop owner in 1940s Vietnam whisked egg into his coffee as a substitute. Decades later, his version is still very popular. We visited one Toronto café where they hope to get people hooked on this rich alternative to your morning black coffee.

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