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A visit to a Luwak coffee plantations in ubud,with Merta harum agroo plantation.this before you entry ubud center from shouth area. Roasting the most expensive coffee in the world, from cat poop. Kopi luwak or civet coffee is a coffee made from the...more
Free entrance and with a professional guide who informs you about the available plants and food eaten by this famous cat. In fact the coffee beans are eaten but also leaves of bananas and other fruits. During the tour the guide will ask you if...More
First of all this was free! We had a young guide show us through the coffee and cocoa plantation. It's fairly small so easy to get around. The guide was very knowledgeable aboit the Luwak and the coffee process which is very traditional. After our...More
We were shown around by Surjana who spoke English really well. It was the best coffee plantation I’ve been to in Bali, as some that I’ve been to before have just been shops selling coffee. Here, we were shown all of the different plants in...More
We enjoyed a free tour of the coffee plantation and the coffee and tea tasting. We also tried the Luwak coffee - pure velvet! Our guide was very welcoming and friendly and she conducted the tour with great knowledge. I was a bit concerned about...More
Very good tour guide. Spoke great English. Knowledgeable and answered any questions. Also had a great sense of humor. The luwak coffee was very tasty and the tea and coffee tasting was delightful. Bought a lot of goodies to take home.
We visited Merta Harum during a private day tour in Ubud.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and we enjoyed learning about the coffee process whilst walking around the gardens.
The complimentary tea and coffee tasting at the end was a great way to enjoy their...More
Visited here as part of a tour for the free coffee plantation tour. Very expensive to buy a cup of coffee which you felt obliged to do and even more expensive to buy a bag of coffee which is cheaper in the local supermarket. The...More