Both me and my girlfriend are coffee lovers and whenever we are on holiday we try to seek out great cafes, shops and tours.
This is an impressive operation. Sourcing there beans ethically and processing them with quality results in mind.
Unfortunately this place is a bit of a trap for coffee lover like myself, after a very very brief walk through of the facilities with a loose description of process and no real attention to the finer details. You will be whisked into a tasting room, along with the entrance this coffee is free. It's brewed with a V60, and was very tasty.
Though before you get an opportunity to finish your small sample, the selling pitch starts. This "make you feel awkward" strategy is common for many coffee attractions in Bali. Since the quality and ethics were evident I purchased some beans, but they were majorly overpriced.
Domba also sells wild Luwak coffee, but the price was insanely high, over 5 times more expensive then certified wild luwak brands in the nearby Carrefour supermarket.
At the end you will be guided through a massive and pricy gift shop. Which just sums up the "In, quick sale and out" experience.
If you know your stuff you definitely won't learn anything new.
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