Caphin started two years ago, selling their Artisan blend, a recreation of Vietnamese iced coffee as you’d drink it on the streets of Saigon. Since then, the company has followed up with an array of Houston-centric flavors, each showing the cross-cultural influence that defines the city’s food scene. Most recently, Caphin rolled out an Horchata variant, a nod to Houston’s vibrant Latino community. “Caphin, to pick up these other flavors, is just this Houston melting pot idea. It came so naturally that we didn’t even really think about it. It just seemed like what we do. We’re here, and that’s the flavor,” says Le.