This was a really fun stop during our recent Bali trip. You walk through a beautiful garden and get to see cocoa, coffee, and other crops first hand. You also meet a lovely old lady roasting coffee beans, as well as the lewaks used in the coffee bean fermentation process along the way. Then different teas and coffees are served for free (the lewak coffee is availalble for $5 a cup). There is a gift shop where you can find cute wrapped coffees and teas which make excellent souvenirs. This, of course, is where they make money from tourists, but we were happy to pay the prices since we had such a great time on our visit.
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