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    Quote Originally Posted by KonaKona View Post
    Love the website, the packaging and product selection. Ever thought about expanding in the U.S.?
    Thanks for visiting my website we haven't had an official distributor in the US but we have shipping worldwide service, also the shipping fee is at its best because we are partner with the shipping agency contact me if you interested in our products. Have a nice day
    Huongmai Cafe - Coffee and Tea

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    Quote Originally Posted by lross002 View Post
    do you sell a product similar to Trung Nguyen Nang Luong Cho Sang Tao? Can it be delivered to the USA?
    Hi Iross002, we have Trung Nguyen Sang Tao in our range, but we are an independent brand so it's impossible if we have similar product to Trung Nguyen Coffee you can visit my website Vietnambeststore to take a look over our product also we have shipping worldwide service, we can delivered it to you where-ever you are thanks
    Huongmai Cafe - Coffee and Tea

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    Huong Mai = Surname + First name (or given name). Huong Mai is Vietnamese words with no stress. The correct one should be Hương Mai. In English, Huong means Perfum or Aroma and Mai means Sunrise. So, Huong Mai means the Aroma of the Sunrise. This is a female name in Vietnamese and sounds very romantic. Those who bear this name are usually very beautiful and lovely. This is also the common way of naming a business in Vietnam.

    In somewhat, it is like the name Tim Hortons Coffee, a coffee brand from Canada. But I think that Tim is First name whilst Hortons is a Family name. In Vietnamese language, its order is different. The correct name should be as followed: [Family name] + [Surname] (a surname can be >=1 word) + [Given name/ First name]. So, if you shout Mai, she will respond. If you shout only Huong, she will not respond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscafe View Post
    Huong Mai = Surname + First name (or given name). Huong Mai is Vietnamese words with no stress. The correct one should be Hương Mai. In English, Huong means Perfum or Aroma and Mai means Sunrise. So, Huong Mai means the Aroma of the Sunrise. This is a female name in Vietnamese and sounds very romantic. Those who bear this name are usually very beautiful and lovely. This is also the common way of naming a business in Vietnam.

    In somewhat, it is like the name Tim Hortons Coffee, a coffee brand from Canada. But I think that Tim is First name whilst Hortons is a Family name. In Vietnamese language, its order is different. The correct name should be as followed: [Family name] + [Surname] (a surname can be >=1 word) + [Given name/ First name]. So, if you shout Mai, she will respond. If you shout only Huong, she will not respond.
    That was quite interesting. I like the way you explained it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkRose View Post
    That was quite interesting. I like the way you explained it.
    Thank you PinkRose. In Saigon, Vietnam, there are a lot of beautiful coffee shops. If you visit our country someday, do let me know. I would offer you a coffee tour in Saigon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vietnambeststore View Post
    Started as a small, traditional coffee shop on a small street in the Old Quarter of Hanoi named Huongmai Cafe, now today we have a range of coffee shops and an online store can say this is our huge achievement You can find nice, fresh and authentic Vietnamese Coffee along with tea and coffee maker tools at our website : vietnambeststore.com

    We have global shipping service, and it would be so nice if you can visit our shops in Vietnam ehehe.

    Have a nice day ! Greeting from Vietnam.
    Hi,

    I have my own coffee bean web site and during my research I've found that coffee beans grown in Vietnam are typically Robusta coffee beans.

    I'm curious to hear from someone local if that is true. And, if the locals in Vietnam have a taste for Robusta coffee beans over Arabica.

    Does your coffee shop serve and/or sell mostly Robusta?

    Regards,
    sjmyst

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    Absolutely professional website. I wonder how much it cost you and who made it )

 

 
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