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Jatiharum Luwak Coffee is definitely the most authentic bali coffee plantation to visit if you want to experience Bali's original luwak coffee processing as well as to get a taste of our local spices. We are conveniently located at Banjar Soka Desa...more
This place is a joke, but a pretty bad one. First the guide will show you a couple of (yes, two) sorry trees at the entrance, telling which one is arabica, and which one is robusta, and a couple of aromatic plants, then you’ll see...More
Visited this plantation as part of a day tour we had around Bali. After arriving, you are guided along a path and show the plants growing which produce the coffee beans, pineapples, cocca, chilli and other flavours. They have luwak animals on site (where they...More
The view is great and you get to see the rice terrace, it is a peaceful and a nice place to relax.
Unfortunately, they exploit poor Luwaks who are closed in small cages and forced fed cherries so they can produce this type of expensive...More
The tour is short but very educational. The tasting of all the coffee and tea options is really good and fun. All the tasting is free except if you want to try the Luwak coffee but totally worth it. There is also a swing there...More
Stopped by here to have a nice view of the paddy field terrace, as recommended by our tour driver. It turned out, we got much more than just a great view. We were greeted by a very knowledgable staff who gave us a very informative...More
This is a fabulous and very photogenic place to visit. An absolute must see!
There seems to be no end to the magnificent things to see. Great moments and everlasting memories WILL be made here. Be sure to take your camera to capture one of...More
If you’re a coffee lover and interested in buying Balinese coffee and tea then you should visit this place. But otherwise you can miss out visiting this place also.
It’s a small tour to coffee plantation. The most interesting thing in this tour is how...More
After visiting rice plantation called into here as only down the road. Entrance is free. You get a guide for approx 10mins who is knowledgeable about the whole coffee process and expects to be given a tip. Free tea and coffee tasting. Gave us a...More