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We visited the plantation earlier this week and found it really interesting to see the process. We were given a (short) tour and then sat to enjoy a number of both coffee and tea samples, which was good fun. There were a couple of luwaks...More
It is interesting how the civet poo coffee is promoted as something you must taste. The process of the civet actually eating the coffee beans in the wild has been converted to a value add industry. However what they don't tell you is that they...More
This is a place for coffee lovers. You learn about coffee plantation and honey farming. You meet locals and their cooperative society working together and sharing their duties for farming a unique coffee. You also learn how differently and uniquely the coffee and other ingredients...More
We stopped here even though it wasnt part of our tour Programm. It was really interesting in the beginning. The guide there showed us the different steps of making coffee and we saw a lot of plants im this Little garden.
After that we tried...More
As someone that works with coffee it was extremely interesting to visit here. To see a civet and taste the coffee and selection of teas was great. I have done it before on other trips to Bali and it never gets boring.
For me, it was an educational tour of the whole process of civet/luwak coffee. There were actual coffee bean pooh of the civet on display, but I could not help imaging how and what the usual pooh would look like before the process began. That...More
Visiting this plantation was a great experience. We were treated very well by the staff who were funny and pleasant.
I never knew that there were so many varieties of coffee and tea, especially the louwak coffee which was very tasty.
The louwak were very...More