Vietnam's top coffee processor, Trung Nguyen, opened an exhibition of 100 coffee-related items in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday.
Running till next January 4, the exhibition introduces visitors to the process of making a cup of coffee during different periods in history throughout the world.
They are part of a collection of some 10,000 items that Trung Nguyen has acquired from Jens Burg, who runs a big coffee museum in Germany.
The items representing ancient and contemporary coffee culture will be displayed at the "International Coffee Museum" currently built by Trung Nguyen in Buon Ma Thuot town, the central highlands province of Dak Lak.
It's the first-ever coffee exhibition to come to Vietnam. At the moment, there are five museums of its kind operating in Brazil, Ethiopia, England, Germany, and Japan.