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“poor cats.”

Teba Sari Bali Agrotourism
Ranked #2 of 3 things to do in Lodtunduh
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Virginia
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271 reviews
125 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 128 helpful votes
“poor cats.”
Reviewed November 25, 2013

Showcased different coffee and tea flavors. They have caged cats which are made to eat papaya with coffee beans then poop it out for "luwak" coffee beans.
I tried some of the coffee and teas for most of them were too sweet for my taste. ALso i don't agree with cats being caged and made to poop coffee beans.
They have a shop where you buy whatever you liked during the free sampling.
Prices are of course high.

Visited November 2013
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Sydney, Australia
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“Worth a visit but avoid the shop.”
Reviewed November 23, 2013 via mobile

Interesting guided talk about the growing of coffee, cacao and the Luwak coffee bean process.

Free tea tasting which you can add Luwak coffee to for a small fee which is worthwhile.

At the conclusion you will be directed to the shop where all their products are available. Be aware these prices are quite high particularly for the teas, cheaper prices can be found in local supermarkets.

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Melbourne
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“Excellent plantation with no sales pressure and free tea/coffee”
Reviewed November 18, 2013

Cool spot to stop and see various herbs and plants grown in its natural environment. Look out for the nice varieties of fruits and vegies hanging off the various branches. Interesting. You can taste about 15 varieties of teas/coffees - all free. You will need to pay $5 if you want to taste the Luwak coffee - worth it and delicious strng tastin coffee. Luwak coffee is made by roasting the coffee beans which have been through the internal system of a civet cat. You see a number of civets in the compound. Free chocolates tasting too with friendly staff explaining all the flavours and origins of their items. Highly recommend visiting this place as there was no sales pressure. You can stop off at the store to buy items such as tea blends,coffees including the Luwak coffee and souveniers. A nice range of essential oils for massage or burning but a bit pricey. Try the Balinese flower or Frangipani oils. Again no pressure from the helpful friendly staff in the store to buy anything.

Visited September 2013
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Melbourne, Australia
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“Excellent free new tea/coffee”
Reviewed October 22, 2013

We went to two of the agrotourism farms on tours. The staff are very friendly and gave us about 15 different teas/coffees to try free of charge. The entry was free, and although both places we visited had a store, there was no sales pressure to purchase the goods.

I found two new favorites from the Teba Sari agrotourism farms: Their chocolate and their rosella tea.

Overall, it was a fun experience, and I would recommend visiting at least one of the farms. :)

Visited October 2013
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Jakarta, Indonesia
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“Nice view”
Reviewed October 13, 2013

We visited this place as the driver mentioned about luwak coffee, my favourite coffee. There are guides who explained about the luwak, the plants, and show various of coffees and teas. They offer luwak coffee of Rp. 50,000.- for a small cup and tester of various coffees and teas. We can enjoy the coffee while sitting in the patio with rice paddy field view. It was a nice view even though not so special for Indonesian. On the way out we have to go to the shop to pay the luwak coffee. The shop provide luwak coffee, tea, essential oils, herbs but price is expensive.

Visited September 2013
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