Oka Agro Wisata
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miyukiselena
Singapore, Singapore7 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Couples
Testing some kind of teas and coffee for free but not for luwak coffee for sure. The plantation is pretty small just look like a display/not a real farm. One of nice feature is a stuff they used for boiling the water.
Written 30 November 2016
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runnymede85
Tullamarine, Australia12 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016
I love coffee and here they give you free coffee in heaps of tiny glass teacups. However they're not all coffee, some are ginger, lemongrass and flowers - and they're all filled up with sugar. Lots of sugar. Funnily enough the Balinese coffee is very bitter and they don't put any sugar in it. They sell all the coffees in their super store (which is conveniently located directly behind the sitting area) and caters for sizeable western retiree wallets. Have a cat-poo-chino. May as well. Comes in a cool water pipe. For the reviewers who had a terrible time; if I had a shoddy tour guide this experience may have felt like a tourist trap, so I'd recommend Eco Cycle Tours; we learnt a lot about the coffee making process and the Asian palm civet.
Written 1 September 2016
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LWright161
29 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016
Ask our guide to stop for a luwak coffee. He pulled over here, we were lead down a little path to a forest. The lady explained all the different plants that were growing and how the luwak coffee is made. Then we got a taste of all the the different teas and coffees they make. Amazing all of them so good in their own way. There were heaps of tea also so even if you don't like coffee make the stop. Oh did i mention its free? There is only a charge if you want to try the luwak or take coffee home. The "luwak coffee is the most expensive coffee in the world".... at $6nzd a cup tho it is well worth it.
Written 24 April 2016
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SunilNambiar
Bengaluru, India790 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015 • Couples
This was a sheer waste of time - the guide took us around a small compound with one wilting coffee stem (not even a bush), one wilting cocoa seedling, one dying banana stump, one weak cocoa plant , etc. And then the sad part - locked up civets , monkeys, porcupine, etc. Women roasting coffee in a small shed, poorly made posters & then a coffee sampling table & sales counter. Very basic & unprofessional. Not worth your time.
Written 13 December 2015
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Rebecca A
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Solo
I was recommended going here by a friend to get him some new stock of a tea he found here, and I am glad i went! The place is so quiet and the staff very friendly. being able to see the way they process not only the coffee, but the tea as well. It is only a small place but well worth the visit.
Written 28 August 2015
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Terran N
Christchurch, New Zealand294 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Couples
We got dropped off here by our day taxi driver who suggested we go (as I am English and like coffee!). We were greeted (as in most places in Bali) by an entuastic worker who showed us around the coffee plants and various trees, seeds and fruits and explained how they made them into the coffee products we love! We were also shown the civets that make the Luwak coffee and they did look a little sad/bored in their cages I have to say but appeared to be fed well. We got to try all the coffee (Luwak coffee is not free to try by the way) and teas and they were all delicious. The coffees/teas are all on sale and they are quite expensive but worth the money. This is a nice visit and unique experience that is a bit different from the usual tourist attractions so I would recommend it to any visiting this area.

And for those returning through customs we managed to get the Luwak coffee, other coffee and tea through Australia and New Zealand customs without trouble so don't worry about it being confiscated just declare it and you will be fine!
Written 2 August 2015
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Suzymobile47
Port Charlotte, FL946 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Couples
In our driver's seatback pocket was a sheaf of brochures about, among other attractions, the lewak coffee plantations in Bali. The lewak, or civet cat, loves coffee berries so much that its excrement emerges filled with undigested beans. The coffee farmers scoop up this stuff; cleanse it thoroughly, thank God; roast it; and produce a coffee so richly flavorful that it puts all other Indonesian coffee to shame. A cup costs 50,000 rupiah ($5), due to the elaborate processing it must go through. Of course I had to have some, and our driver was glad to oblige.

This lewak plantation proved to be the most interesting event of our trip. In a small forest, hosted by an eloquently English-speaking guide, we learned all about lewak kopi processing and watched a woman stir a wok full of beans over a wood fire, to demonstrate how they are traditionally roasted.

Afterward, we sampled 6 different coffees and teas, and I had my lewak coffee, which was outstanding.

The brochure had shown photos of happy tourists cuddling, draped with, and balancing civet cats atop their caps. The only such creature we saw was caged. Our driver pretended to toy with it by sticking his finger in the cage, because, being nocturnal, it was fast asleep.

It seems that tourists are no longer allowed to handle them because they tend to bite. The ones in the brochure must have been sedated.
Written 3 January 2015
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koko488
Ubud, Indonesia30 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Family
I am a freelance driver i took my guest to a lot of place, when I drive my guest up to see volcano we made some stoped point like in Holy spring Temple then Oka Coffee & Spice plantation, this place is good, good view good staff of course best coffe as well, The point is I asked my guest about that place they said that stoped is the most experience stoped. so they reccomand me to ask my guest about this place before we go up to see the volcano also Lake Batur. Its Wow Catpoocino Coffee
Written 23 October 2014
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Jess591000
Brighton, UK6 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Family
The coffee tasted delicious but the housing of the animals ruined the experience. A free range farm would encourage a lot more tourism and also raise profits.

just a thought.
Written 22 October 2014
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meeow07
Gloucestershire, UK32 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Loads of different type of fruit trees on the way in, you can see the process of coffee making and try different coffee and tees all for free! They have a shop where u can buy everything you tried. All is natural, organic! I bought loads of stuff there because it's totally different then what you find in shops! Amazing place!
Written 8 August 2014
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