HANOI, Vietnam – Indonesian coffees were in the spotlight during the Vietnam International Travel Mart (VITM) 2018, the leading travel fair in Vietnam, which took place at the Hanoi International Center for Exhibition, from March 29th – April 1st.
Besides finding the information about tourist destinations in Indonesia, visitors to the Indonesian Pavilion could also taste the flavour and the aroma of Indonesian coffee.
Served by a barista Grammy Averil from Home Coffe Roastery, Solo, hundreds ot people always seem to line up in Indonesian booth. Many of them returned on the next day to show their satisfaction.
“The coffee that I drank yesterday (Toraja coffee) is very tasty, there is a taste of chocolate. Here (Hanoi), many cafes that provide typical Vietnamese coffee, but this is different,” said Giang Nguyen (30), a freelancer in Hanoi on Sunday, April 1.
While preparing the coffee, Grammy occasionally serves conversations with visitors about the coffee.
In VITM, Grammy presented four variants of coffee, namely Aceh Gayo, Toraja, Mandailing, and Sidikalang.
Head of Marketing Area IV Indochina Ministry of Tourism Heri Hermawan said Indonesian coffee lately is always used as a support in every tourism market.