The Story of Com

Com Vong is a traditional Vietnamese delicacy, made from new, green and delicious barley grains. This is a famous autumn specialty, often made and enjoyed during the Mid-Autumn Festival – one of the important and traditional festivals of Vietnam.

The process of producing green rice requires dedication and diligence from artisans. First, the barley grains are carefully selected, then the outer shell is peeled and cooked. Then, they are kneaded by hand or with a rolling machine to create a smooth and flexible mixture. This process requires skill so as not to damage the structure of the barley grain.

Once the mixture is ready, the nuggets are placed in a traditional wooden pot, made from shower trees, for further processing. The green rice will be kneaded and further processed in this special pot to create a unique flavor and pleasant aroma. This process also helps the nuggets become more pliable and soft.

Com Vong is often sold in small boxes or wrapped in banana leaves, creating a traditional and familiar beauty. The unique and delicious flavor of green rice has made this dish an indispensable part of Vietnamese culinary culture, not only during festivals but also on different occasions of the year.





Nuggets


Món Bánh

Món Ô Mai

Quà Tặng

ĐỐI TÁC – KHÁCH HÀNG

ĐỒNG HÀNH CỐM VÒNG CÔ MẬN

6000+

Khách Hàng

1000+

Doanh Nghiệp

500+

Đối tác

200+

Khách Hàng Thân Thiết

LẮNG NGHE Ý KIẾN

CẢM NHẬN CỦA KHÁCH HÀNG VỀ CỐM VÒNG CÔ MẬN

“Cốm vòng thật sự là một trong những món ăn truyền thống tuyệt vời của Việt Nam. Với hương vị đặc trưng của gạo nếp và mùi thơm của lá dứa, cốm vòng không chỉ là một món tráng miệng tuyệt vời mà còn là biểu tượng của sự hòa quyện giữa truyền thống và hiện đại.”

Chị Hoài Thu

Marketing Director Phi Linh Wedding


“Com Vong is not only a delicious dish but also a symbol of the golden autumn in Vietnam. The delicate flavor of green rice, along with the crunch of coconut and almonds, makes it unforgettable.” . This is truly an indispensable part of family parties and reunions.”


Anh Dao Trong Thai

CEO TB Rice