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All reviews luwak coffee crispy duck free tasting tasting area coffee beans tea tasting the coffee making process overlooking the rice fields nasi goreng nice tour day trip to ubud well worth the visit fruit teas plants plantation shop
The animals are kept in horrible conditions. Owls tied to branches by ropes around their feet, the luwaks in tiny cages with no room to move and a snake in a plastic box in the middle of the day. When we asked why they are...More
Look, this place is interesting in the way the coffee is made the staff are nice and informative regarding the plants etc.
However as many reviews have said in this day and age it is ‘totally’ unacceptable to have animals in metal cages or birds...More
We were taken by our driver, who suggested we visit the Bali Agrotourism Sari coffee plantation in Ubud. Sounded great. However, seeing the Luwak in a small cage, with no where to hide, was distressing. The swing was a tourist ripoff. About $35 AUD for...More
Animal cruelty!!! The Luwaks are kept in a cage for tourist viewing. When I expressed my concern, I was informed they are there for a week and rotated. The had a small platform to rest on. They also have an owl with it’s leg tied...More
Very close to popular sites, they accept cards and the food is good. We stopped here for lunch and the indoor/outdoor ambiance is great. The menu has lots of options for picky eaters.
Fast and professional service.
Excellent small tour come narration of different plants used in the production of tea or coffee. This includes from the Luwak (digested coffee cherries, eaten and defecated by the Asian palm civet. Fermentation occurs as the cherries pass through a civet's intestines.... Wikipedia). Great coffee...More
Our driver recommended a coffee plantation visit. This was not a plantation, just a tourist place - the coffee is grown elsewhere. We saw some miserable Luwaks (Asian Palm Civets) in a small steel cage, an owl and a semi-comatose fruit bat. No, we didn't...More
The place was amazing to view but we bought the two packed of coffee and to be honest I think we were con or rip off because is was no way the same as the taster we had when we visit. So don’t buy it...More
Completed our Ubud tour and visited river swing and lukaw coffee tour and stopped here for lunch. Service was excellent and views and decor were beautiful. We all had light salad lunches which were delicious except for youngest who had a very generous sized kids...More