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Kopi luwak or civet coffee is a coffee made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract. Luwak which age's 4 month is tempted by some red coffee...more
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Visited this place during my trip to Bali. It is a coffee plantation with georgeous and beautiful view! Amazing experiences! The speciality of "luwak coffee" its wonderful! The entrance fee already inclusive for 8 kinds of coffee tester & some snacks. There is a "bali...More
I'm not a coffee addict but this place is amazing and has the best view with rice terrace i ever had so far. A quick tour and explanation of how coffee is cultivated, before being show to the dining area where you are offered a...More
I've always wanted to try kopi luwak, and i was not disappointed. I loved the free coffee testers, but also how they show you the process, including the luwaks! Amaaaazing views too, and just a good place to chill.
Very educational - the staff explained the Luwak Coffee making process and different other plants in the area. We were also treated to an amazing view and free coffee / tea variants. The place also has a nice swing and zipline to try. Finally we...More
We stumbled across this place and what a find! It is free entry and starts with an informative tour of the grounds, the guide explains all the plants and how they are harvested and talks through the process of making coffee from start to finish....More
We decided on a "day off" in Ubud to go to one of the coffee plantations, and this one was immediately recommended by our driver and other tourists we had met. A 17 km trip up the mountain in the direction of Tampaksiring, Bali Pulina...More
Today i went here with my girl friends just want to get chiled together. They were welcoming us by one of staff at the front door and explaint about the coffee and all the process. After that we asked then not to served our coffee...More
I keep seeing ‘free entrance if...’ it’s always free, if they try making you pay, there’s something wrong.
This place has a little tour; great (but mostly too sweet) coffee, cocoa and tea selections; a nice viewing platform; and tasting for the price of 50k...More
Response from AugustinD93 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we visited the place in couple and took around 30 - 45 minutes (including the time of taking a coffee degustation at the bar and shop). I guess the kids will share interest in the animals but not that much in the process... More
Hi, we visited the place in couple and took around 30 - 45 minutes (including the time of taking a coffee degustation at the bar and shop). I guess the kids will share interest in the animals but not that much in the process of making coffee, but still for you it is nice to taste the local coffees, so I would still plan a 30 to 45 minutes visit there. You will also enjoy all the different medicinal plantations on site.