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Our tour of the Lumbung Sari House of Coffee was great! It was recommended by our driver on our way from Sanur to The Mahalani in Bondalem and we truly enjoyed the stop. The tour guide was very nice, knowledgeable and spoke good English. The...More
free parking - no entry fee - free sampling of 14 varieties of tea and coffee with a bowl of banana chips - by default you will be escorted by their staff - only the poop coffee can be tried by purchasing it for RP...More
Beautiful scenery. Great tasting. Nice people........but we bought mangosteen tea, luwak coffee and moccacino and, when at home, the taste was dissapointing. So bad, we trew it away.
Advise : enjoy the local tasting, but do not buy to much
As you do when you travel with someone, you just go along sometimes because they want to. We'd been touring the whole day & I just wanted to get to our next hotel & settle in.
One last stop here. Ok
We pull up &...More
On the way from Semiyak to Ubud, taxi driver asked whether I like going to coffee plantation farm. I would like to try, and he took us to lumbung sari. Tried different tea, cocoa, and coffee. Experience is fine. Kids are friendly.
But the Luwak...More
We went there looking for a quick bite after our rice plantation trek. We ordered 1 dish and some drinks to start and were pleasantly surprised by the quality of food... our quick bite turned into a full meal. The first place in Bali where...More
We visited the Lumbung Sari Coffee house towards late afternoon. The tour through the trees was interesting and educational and seeing the civets up close was nice, but why keep animals to amuse clients. We were told that the large Luwak production farms are on...More
As is typical of Bali, we received wonderful customer/tourist service and attention:
from parking outside the gates, to the guided tour, right up to the taste-testing of the numerous teas and coffees. The discount we received purchasing from the gift shop was also nice.
On our way into Ubud, we visited this little coffee plantation. The tour guide was lovely. he walked us around the plantation talking about the process of the coffee beans then sat us down to have a sample. 12 little samples of tea and coffee...More