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Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world. It is bit of a "Yuck" when you watch it being made. Ripe coffee seeds are eaten by Indonesian cat like animal - Civets. And the seeds are collected from the animal droppings (Yuck) and washed...More
I stopped off here on my way back to Nusa Dua from Ubud. Yes, it’s probably designed for us tourists but it was still interesting to see the various plants (coffee, ginseng, turmeric etc) and how the coffee is made.
There were several luwaks on...More
A fun taste of local agriculture. We got a brief tour and learned about Luwak coffee. We then got a flight sampler of a ton of teas and coffees, including Luwak. All were delicious! There is of course a store to purchase to bring home....More
DO NOT GO HERE
This is a tourist scam only designed to take money from tourists. We approached on the road on our way to the Hidden Canyon and we pulled over to the side to look at the map and here we were approached...More
This place is a trap.
We were approached as we parked on the street by a local who offered us parking by the entrance to one of the terrace walks if we followed him. Suspecting a catch we asked but he insisted he wasn’t a...More
Be aware of an aggressive tourist trap!
In wanting to see the terraces we parked our scooter down the main road. A man scootered to us and claimed the police would take our scooter from there and offered to take us to his place to...More
I am so sorry for all people liked this place but was really sad and bad activity.
We meet "a guide" who told to us that was nice, we could learn a lot about coffee and tea but wasn't true.
To start, we walked more...More