Me Linh Coffee Garden is a famed tourist attraction located in Block 20, Village 4, Ta Nung district, Dalat city. This cafe offers the true weasel coffee and a breath-taking view of Dalat.
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Access to this spot is quite tricky. You have to drive 20 km from the center of Dalat, get through the Ta Nung pass and turn into the road 725.
Me Linh is a small farm of mountainous area of Dalat. This land is famous for its developing production of Robusta and Moka coffee, but the most outstanding specialty is the pure weasel coffee.
The open space of Me Linh Coffee Garden enables you to enjoy an overall view of Dalat.
Right underneath this cafe lies a tiny farm and in front of it is the celebrated Cam Ly dam lake.
This peaceful cafe is also a ideal place for friends meeting. “Check-in” in Me Linh Coffee Garden has been put in bucket list of visitors to Dalat.
A good news is that you can learn how they produce the well-known weasel coffee by your own eyes here. Every family has to seek local government’s permittance if they want to raise weasel.
Every cafe does have its own secret tips to make a irresistible cup of coffee. A cup of weasel coffee without sugar, ice is guaranteed to awake your taste. Unlike other types of coffee, weasel coffee is famous for its typical taste originated from musk.
Me Linh Coffee Garden draws a significant number of foreign visitors everyday. It is a cozy and pleasant space to enjoy the local hospitality and the picture-postcard landscape.
Want to recall the memory of Dalat sometime? Let’s buy some dried coffee here as souvenirs and bring a piece of Dalat to your home.
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