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Went there with our driver as a suggestion and was a nice time for sure the guide was very informative and showed us how the coffee is grown and then the different types of beans then we went for coffee and tea tasting and was...More
WOW what a place! they start you off with a tour of the plants they use for various coffees and teas, even flavoring plants like cacao and vanilla. This is not where they grow their products, they have a plantation far away somewhere but the...More
Typical tourist trap with the main goal being you buy stuff from the shop.
In this case you do learn some stuff and don’t have to buy so it can be a free visit.
Resist the urge to spend - I don’t rate Bali coffee.
Our driver asked if we would like to stop here and we thought we would give it a try. It was good to see plants that we are unfamiliar with and to get an idea of the different processes. The tasting was great and we...More
This Coffee plantation was great. We were able to see the Luwak cat that poops luwak coffee beans. They only eat mango, papaya, cocoa beans. Addition to that, we were able to see how they roasted the beans and ground them. The plantation grounds were...More
Our taxi driver (“Mr Free Hugs”) suggested this place. We got to try approx 6 types of local tea and 6 types of coffee. You pay a little extra for the infamous Lawak coffee (but it’s a unique experience, so worth it!). They have ‘pet’...More
Our guide bring us there for a visit of the coffee plantation and tasting different samples of teas and coffees. The samples was very good and i took a luwak coffee for 50,000 rupiahs, the coffee was very good too but after they bring you...More
Our driver took us through the entry forest pointing at the different fruits, plants, and coffee beans. He explained that the Luwak cats are only kept in the cage for a week at a time then released. So all the reviews with people panicking about...More
Fun experience BUT fake and expired products.
DO NOT Buy anything from here.
Will notify the travel agency after this review and will make a formal complaint to The National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Republic of Indonesia.