Luwak Coffee Bali Plantation

Luwak Coffee Bali Plantation

Luwak Coffee Bali Plantation
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Ahmedabad, India104 contributions
Nov 2023 • Family
It’s informative on plantation and Ingredients being grown in house the staff explains every detail of plants and process from fruit to beans to processing. The journey follows with free tasting of local tea and coffee brews but one has to pay idr 50k for a cup of lawak coffee which is normal for a person like but I tried it any which ways
Written 20 November 2023
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Kerri M
5 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
Coffee and Tea tasting was nice and we enjoyed the Lewak experience - not much information provided for the tastings
Written 13 November 2023
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tayapw
Northamptonshire, UK19 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
I wasnt too fussed about coming herr but my partner likes coffee so we were going to go anyway. I am super glad I went. I actually had a great time here. We walked through and saw the mongoose, we saw how the coffee is made so a bit of education whilst we were there, we then had tea and coffee tasting, some not to my taste and some were lovely. I tried most of them and even found 2 coffees I actually liked which is weird because I hate coffee. The mangosteen tea was my favourite by far. After we got to stroke and hold the Luwak (mongoose) and it made my day. I am a big animal person and it was so sweet and cute. I was a bit sweaty and I think it liked that because it started licking my fingers which was cute. We got a picture and we left. I recommend the visit here. 
Written 23 October 2023
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jofu
Singapore, Singapore85 contributions
Sep 2023 • Couples
Pretty good experience — had fun with the different coffee tastings & viewing the civet happily resting at the side. Based on how the locals treat the civet it seems like they are treated well. My favourite was the coconut coffee & my husband’s was the vanilla. They provide tea as well. However you would have to pay to try the civet coffee which we unfortunately did not decide to buy in the end.
Written 23 September 2023
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claire
London, UK7 contributions
Sep 2022 • Couples
Please do not go to. This is a cruel, exploititive and unethical prctice.
Luwak and civet coffee used to be made from wild animals but they are now trapped and enslaved in tiny wire cages. They are solitary animals so to see them cooped up together was very upsetting.
From the beginning the staff were very unfriendly before we even really started the tour.
A lot of organised tours are now excluding any trips to luwak/civet plantations on this basis
Written 12 August 2023
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Tania F
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia31 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
Great experience and very informative. Such a great way to learn about the coffee and tea process. Staff are very helpful
Written 7 July 2023
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Sandee F
5 contributions
Jun 2023 • Couples
We were met by Wayan! Our first trip to Bali and experiencing coffee was important as we are from Melbourne. Wayan was a wonderful host as he showed my husband and I how the Lewar coffee was made. The view was beautiful too. We had a complimentary tray of samples with teas and coffees along with a cup of the Luwak coffee ($5.50 AUD) Then a trip to the little shop to purchase tea and coffee if you choose.
Written 13 June 2023
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Grey Lim
1 contribution
May 2023 • Couples
This place is a scam!
Do not go!!
The free samples of tea and coffee were good over there. I bought a few home and guess what, it is terrible! It taste so horrible I had to throw it away! Doesn't taste like what I had over there.
I also found out that their products are overpriced!
Please stay out of this place.
It's a TOURIST SCAM!!!
Written 18 May 2023
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Lynette Clara B
Whitsunday Islands, Australia179 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
We really didn’t like this place we walked in past two coffee bushes shown 2 sleeping Luwaks sleeping in a tiny aviary cage that we thought was very cruel, then given a tray of coffee and teas un labelled and with a picture card so we really couldn’t work out which was what type of coffee or tea, in the end we gave up and bought a packet of coffee that we already knew the flavour so pretty normal.
The coffee and teas are all served cold so really not what we were expecting,
We wouldn’t recommend and we wouldn’t return.
Written 17 January 2023
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Anita
2 contributions
Jan 2023 • Business
If you come to this business you're supporting animal abuse. The keep a Civet Cat locked up in a cage, with no trees, branches or nothing from its natural habitat. They only feed the animal a particular plan that causes it to produce a part of a coffee bean that is found in its feces. So it lacks eating a banned diet and doesn't get fed any other fruit but that particular one. When I saw this animal is was heart breaking. It was locked in the cage, purched up in the corner. It looked miserable. When I questioned this to them. They claimed that they released the animal into another cage with greenery every 2 days. This is a blatant lie though cause I was there 4 days in a row die to doing different tours and that poor animal is in the same cage. All they care about is money. It's sickening.
Written 15 January 2023
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