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Jatiharum Luwak Coffee Plantation

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Jatiharum Luwak Coffee Plantation

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UNESCO has recognized Bali’s “subak” irrigation system with World Heritage status. Discover how Hindu beliefs and rice farming mesh from your personal chauffeur/guide on this door-to-door tour. Learn about the goddess Danu at lakeside Ulun Danu Beratan Temple; see perhaps Bali’s most beautiful rice terraces at Jatiluwih; soak up the serenity of Batukaru Temple; and experience sunset over the sea temple of Tanah Lot. Upgrade to add a restaurant lunch.
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Ida Bagus Indrayana wrote a review Dec 2019
North Kuta, Indonesia3 contributions
Great views of Jatiluwih rice terraces make the place perfect for spending some time to enjoy various of food and drinks while chilling with families. Nice food and friendly staff around make us feel comfortable
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Date of experience: December 2019
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nordavind wrote a review Sep 2019
Nice, France89 contributions67 helpful votes
This place is a joke, but a pretty bad one. First the guide will show you a couple of (yes, two) sorry trees at the entrance, telling which one is arabica, and which one is robusta, and a couple of aromatic plants, then you’ll see a poor luwak (the animal who digests the coffee beans) cramped in the tiniest cage he can fit in. Heartbreaking. Then come the tasting of the different “coffees” and “teas” which have absolutely nothing to do with genuine coffee and tea. Think more of the cappuccino powder you buy at your local supermarket, with authentic flavors of coconut, vanilla and white chocolate. To make things worse I think they replaced the water with syrup, this was as sweet as candy, absolutely undrinkable. Couldn’t wait to get out of this tourist trap.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sarah H wrote a review Aug 2019
Canberra, Australia186 contributions60 helpful votes
Visited this plantation as part of a day tour we had around Bali. After arriving, you are guided along a path and show the plants growing which produce the coffee beans, pineapples, cocca, chilli and other flavours. They have luwak animals on site (where they get the pricey ‘poo’ coffee from) but they are secured in small cages which was a bit depressing and sad to see. At the end of the trail there is a seating area where you get a tasting tray of the different flavoured teas and coffees that are produced, plus the chance to purchase a cup of the luwak coffee for 50,000 rp. per cup. A small shop exists too so you can purchase your favourites plus there are oils, skin care products and chocolate to try out an purchase. A nice place for a quick stop with a view. There is also a swing if you are keen.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Elora Pavla M wrote a review Aug 2019
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The view is great and you get to see the rice terrace, it is a peaceful and a nice place to relax. Unfortunately, they exploit poor Luwaks who are closed in small cages and forced fed cherries so they can produce this type of expensive coffee. It broke my heart seeing them locked up.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Danielle A wrote a review Jul 2019
Scottsdale, Arizona825 contributions126 helpful votes
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The tour is short but very educational. The tasting of all the coffee and tea options is really good and fun. All the tasting is free except if you want to try the Luwak coffee but totally worth it. There is also a swing there that looked really fun. Nice gift shop to buy anything you tasted and also spicy chili chocolate bars that are great.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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