Luwak Civet Coffee Farm
Luwak Civet Coffee Farm
3.5
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Location: Sekardadi, Kintamani Bali,Indonesia. Just 5 minute before best view point of the Lake and Volcano Batur.
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ahmed alhantoobi
Fujairah, United Arab Emirates7 contributions
Jul 2022 • Solo
I liked this place it's quite relaxing i would say if you want to explore this place you need around 30 minutes but If you like to set and relax there you may need alot more time
Written 14 July 2022
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Shahrzad sh
Iran2,236 contributions
Oct 2020
When you are in the forests of ubud, there are many coffee farms. Drivers usually stop there to learn how to make coffee. Also, if you want to buy some coffee. There is a very expensive type of coffee in Bali, which is made from the feces of an animal called Luwak. In most of these areas you can see these animals.
Written 18 September 2021
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Olga
Belgrade, Serbia164 contributions
Apr 2021
I really enjoyed the selection of coffee and tea offered to us and the jungle-like area around. I also loved various posts written on wood and attached to lavish trees reminding us that trees give us air to breath.
Written 18 August 2021
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Μichalis p
Athens, Greece53 contributions
Nov 2019
not the best coffee i have tryed but is a good expirience to see how they lived before years and wht they where drinking! there is some tea as well so you can try. quite informitive and very friendly everyone there!
Written 7 July 2020
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bhaktimata
United, PA21 contributions
Mar 2020
This was certainly a unique experience...the farm wasn't only growing coffee...they also had many different herbs and spices growing there. The special animal that helped to produce the unique coffee was also there, available for petting and holding. The best part was the sampling of all the different types of coffee they produced but also teas of the different herbs. All in all, it was a very interesting, informative and tasty visit. And they had a great gift shop at the end..
Written 6 April 2020
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Kiwisonali
Auckland, New Zealand15 contributions
Oct 2019
Nestled in a shady green hideaway, this was a great relief from the sweltering heat of Bali.
Guide was very knowledgeable about the Luwak Coffee and showed us how it was manually roasted and ground.
We also had a taste of a large variety of tea and coffees and ended up buying quite a few bags. They use palm sugar for their chocolates, as opposed to regular sugar.
Written 7 January 2020
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Nick B
Patong, Thailand122 contributions
Oct 2019 • Friends
I enjoyed this place. It wasn’t a high-pressure sales job. The explanations of the coffee process with these unusual animals is interesting. There’s lots a of different teas and coffee to try which is good for coffee and tea lovers. I tried the Lusaka coffee too.

The layout is pretty simple and basic. We had the tea and coffee in an elevated tree house which was very cool and relaxing.

Maybe not one for the littlest kiddies but a good family dinner xperience or for adults, couples etc.
Written 5 November 2019
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john s
147 contributions
Oct 2019 • Couples
free testers, then request you to buy something. luwak coffee is not the best we didnt like it or think it had much taste atall. however its very strong. 50k idr we couldmt complain. 150k for photo on a swing on the rice terraces cheapest in bali. worth a try
Written 13 October 2019
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josephpo2017
Sydney, Australia12 contributions
Sep 2019
The brief tour upon entry was brief but informative. Once seated, you're offered a large tasting board of tea and coffee. All the teas tasted great and coffee was fun to try, try not to drink them all at once or expect a massive caffeine-induced head rush.

The souvenir shop prices are insanely expensive, advise all to enjoy a coffee and tea or two here, then purchase Kopi Luwak coffee packs elsewhere
Written 12 September 2019
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Imtiaz Ullah
New Delhi, India55 contributions
Aug 2019 • Business
All About Kopi Luwak – The Most Expensive Coffee In The World! and I got to taste for free.
Kopi luwak is the world’s most expensive coffee. The main factor of it’s high price is the uncommon method of producing such a coffee. It is produced from the coffee beans which are digested by a certain Indonesian nocturnal cat-like animal called the palm civet or also Cover Cat.
The History Kopi Luwak coffee comes from the Indonesian island of Java and Sumatra, an area well- known for its excellent coffee.

This is the reason kopi luwak is also called cat poop coffee or civet cat coffee. The feces of this cat will be collected, finished and sold as kopi luwak.

And its delicious!!

Written 11 September 2019
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