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Trai Ham Da Lat Weasel Coffee

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No 135E Hoang Hoa Tham - Trai Ham, Da Lat, Vietnam
+84 63 3996 444
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Dalat Countryside with Elephant Waterfall, Paradise Lake, and More
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The first organic weasel coffee farm in Dalat has opened for visitors. Everything you want to know about weasel coffee will be told by our nice staffs. You will never forget the taste of weasel coffee-the best coffee in the world.
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  • Average14%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible9%
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“short visit” (2 reviews)
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No 135E Hoang Hoa Tham - Trai Ham, Da Lat, Vietnam
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+84 63 3996 444
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Reviewed May 18, 2018

I don't drink coffee, but this was on the way from Da Lat to Elephant falls, so we stopped on the way back just because it sounded interesting. The place has large covered observation decks with a very nice view down the valley. You can...More

Thank txnat
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Reviewed April 24, 2018

Even as coffee lovers we just can’t recommend this attraction. The animals are in dirty, small cages and just look miserable. Seeing that it is advertised as organice, we expected a lot better. Couldn’t even taste the coffee as it just went against every fiber...More

Thank IlaniRenier
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Reviewed February 24, 2018

I'd seen weasel coffee for sale in several Vietnamese stores, and this place showed us the process for making it. The coffee itself is delicious, probably the best I've had. It's also very expensive, given the unusual way it's made. This place has a gorgeous...More

1  Thank Providence_RITom
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Reviewed December 23, 2017

This is a stop on our countryside tour itineary. While it was interesting to see the weasels and have a cup of coffee at the plantaton, it is certainly not a place to visit if you are short on time. It is one of those...More

1  Thank WSChinita
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Reviewed November 6, 2017

Stopped by for a short visit, the view is just gorgeous, I didn't want to leave! Saw the weasels which was interesting but honestly I'm not too much of a coffee fan so I didn't try the coffee but I did sniff them and they...More

4  Thank P12333165
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Reviewed September 29, 2017

Nice relaxed atmosphere but geared towards tourists....coffee was ok...typical vietnamese...just warm.....when will they learn we don't drink just warm coffee.....very expensive by viet standards...

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Reviewed September 10, 2017

We visited the coffee farm and shop as part of a rural tour. The farm and coffee shop has an amazing view over the local countryside. Weasel coffee is made from coffee beans eaten by weasels and retrieved from their poo. Sounds disgusting but it...More

2  Thank Lisa504091
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Reviewed July 19, 2017

This was a stop on our "countryside tour" booked through our Hostel (Backpackers Paradise.) The entrance shows various stages of coffee beans starting with the poop, the cleaned beans and then the dried ones. There are also various cages with the weasels and the owner...More

1  Thank TheTravelBugBite
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Reviewed June 5, 2017

This place has an amazing view and it's a perfect combination with the coffee. But seeing the animals stuck inside the cages was not a good experience to me. They look so unhappy and tired. I wonder how they can make good coffee from unhappy...More

3  Thank Nguyễn T
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Reviewed April 14, 2017 via mobile

Unfortunately i visited this farm as a part of a day tour, without knowing of course.. The animals were caged in small cages without even a steady ground to stand on.. they were kept in horrible conditions and were in a bad shape. Obviously we...More

2  Thank tal n
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William S
February 17, 2017|
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Response from Rocky12328 | Property representative |
Hi At weasel coffee farm, we have tour guides who can speak English. Our guides will take you around to see the farm ( coffee farm and weasel area ) and the tour is free. There is nothing difficult in the area. The farm... More
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