Laksmi Bali Agro Tourism
Laksmi Bali Agro Tourism
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Ericteur
Kronberg im Taunus, Germany13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2022 • Family
Very nice place where they explain about the small plantation they have. A free tasting is included. Ofcourse, afterwards it would be nice to buy some coffee or tea where the entry fee is more or less included. Very mich worth it, npt so touristy. Liked it!
Written 15 July 2022
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Browncowtavelogue
Singapore, Singapore3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
The plantation is large however the staff were not knowledgeable about the coffee making process. The guide we had was extremely unfriendly too. When we mentioned that we did not want to try the kopi luwak, she did not give us the supposedly "free testers" of the other teas and coffees. We had a much better experience at a smaller plantation near the twin lakes
Written 18 May 2019
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Laura G
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Friends
Do not go there as they can try to cheat you!
I went there and buyed coffee. I payed with credit card and was charged twice (one on the date of the purchase and the other on the next day). I am now having issues with the back to get the refund.
Written 24 October 2017
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Melala468
Auckland Central, New Zealand11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2017 • Couples
When our tour guide told us about a coffee garden we could check out we didn't think it would have been this great! The guide inside the plantation was very knowledgeable and the walk through the plantation and testing is completely free! Trying Lowak cuppa coffee is 50k idr - but that's still cheaper than a cup of coffee at home AND this is meant to be the most expensive coffee in the world! They also gave a free cup of normal coffee so you could compare the difference, water and some banana chips free of charge. Plus testing of about 12 different teas and coffee was FREE, in a nice quiet but beautiful environment. Of course there is a shop to buy at the end but you don't have to!! But we did, purely cause I loved one of the teas (Mangosteen) and my partner really wanted to take some of the Lowak coffee home. The coffee to take home was 260k idr for 100g but we genuinely enjoyed our time and knew the process was lengthy to make Lowak coffee so to us it was worth it. Would recommend to anyone who appreciates teas and coffees :) they had a good range!!
Written 1 June 2017
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Chloe M
Perth, Australia24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Couples
Amazing plantation, with very informative staff. Highly recommend stopping here. The staff will guide you through the plantation showing you the different plants and how they're used. Then showing how the Luwak coffee is made. You will then enjoy 8 different teas and 6 great coffees. You can also try the Luwak coffee for an extra 50k.
Written 8 January 2017
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ldeschouw
Grimbergen, Belgium214 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
This small plantation shows in a short and effective way what happens. It offers 16 (free) drinks in a cup to taste the tea and coffee it sells. I tasted also the Luak for 50 000 irp. It is clear why it is strong in taste bu so light and easily digestible....
Written 10 August 2016
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saroj r
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India59 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2016 • Couples
There's little to show and more to sell at this place. Yes, there are some coffee, ginseng, papaya and passion fruit bushes through which you walk to end up at a tasting table. Here you're served a range of flavored coffees and teas and coaxed into selecting some of the flavors. The luwak (civet) is also bred and on display here. The walk-way ends at a shop where you pick up your choice of teas, coffees and spices. Prices are unreasonably high.
Written 4 August 2016
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Yash S
63 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Couples
In Bali you'll get a lot of so called coffee plantations where you can see coffee plants, taste various coffees and Tea flavors of Bali. Our guide though had spefically recommended this place. Trusting his advice we went to this coffee plantation and it was amazing. The small tour to see the various plants and trees that they grow was not only entertaining but educative. We saw Coffee plants, vanila tree, passion fruit tree, bananas, ginseng and so much more. They also showed us the traditional coffee making process.
The World's costliest coffee 'Kopi Luwak' comes from Bali and Indonesia in general. The process of making this coffee makes it not only unique but very difficult to make, making it very expensive. Luwak is a cat like wild animal which feeds on coffee beans among a lot of other things. The coffee beans are digested in the stomach and the enzymes reduce the caffeine. The beans then come out as a whole which is then collected in the wild, cleaned and processed hygienically into 'Kopi Luwak'. It has an amazing Aroma, flavor and taste on the tongue which is worth the expense.
We also tried a lot of other teas and coffees such as Rosella Tea, Mangosteen Tea, Ginseng, Lemon Grass and so on. All of them were amazing. They are also available for purchase.
I could go on and on raving about the place, but I recommend you try it first hand.
Written 27 May 2016
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