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What people do to animals just for a good taste in there mouth will always amaze me. You see animals in cages that are clearly miserable and then you can drink to there health in a wonderful environment. Cheers!
It was Interesting to hear it al explained yet I do fail to understand the feeding of Animals Coffee berries to come out the other end as the most expensive coffee in the world I did try the Coffee it was Nice and expensive of...More
Here you have an opportunity to have a look around the weasel coffee farm, see the animals and try some coffee for yourself. The animals seem to be treated ok, they don’t look sad or miserable. The coffee is very nice and potentially a must...More
Sad animals kept in cages eating a diet of coffee beans instead of an omnivorous diet as they do in the wild. When they can't poop out anymore, they feed them bananas, the cheapest food in Vietnam to get them to poop again until they...More
The weasel coffee is special in the way it's made. Not really into coffee that much so I could not differentiate this coffee from other coffees; however, knowing the process of how the coffee being made, observing the way the coffee is brewed and filtered,...More
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
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
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