Satria Coffee Plantation

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PrestonGuild
United Kingdom54,012 contributions
Jul 2019
The main reason to visit was the Bali Swings which is part of the coffee plantation.

We had the tour of the small plantation, sampled the various teas and drank the Luwak coffee which is reputedly to be very expensive. We just shared one cup. Tasted like Nescafe to me once you put milk and sugar in.

There is a popular gift shop where you can buy the various teas and coffees. However Bali has no shortage of these types of shops and I can never vouch for the genuineness of the Luwak coffee beans.

Once the tasting was done, we went to the swings. That is what the kids wanted to do and we also had a nice stroll around the area.
Written 21 April 2020
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PARIS522
Eastbourne, UK1,876 contributions
Jun 2019
... Other than that this place is a Must to visit.
Not just a tea and coffee plantation tourist centre but one with a difference!
Allegedly £75 a cup in some London venues you could be quite correct in calling it crxp. It's that coffee made from the coffee beans eaten by a local furry critter, passed, separated, skin removed and then called the rarest coffee in the world.
After free tastes of 13 of their coffees, teas and hot chocolates, I had no qualms about spending a couple of pounds on this, £73 well saved. So mild as to be bland. Obviously personal taste.
A great place and great staff with great t shirts.
Written 24 March 2020
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Stephanie B
Ashland, OR11 contributions
Mar 2020
This was a wonderful tour that gave us a great overview of how coffee is grown and processed in Bali. The guides are excellent and can answer any questions you may have. The tours are informative but reasonable in length giving plenty of time for tasting the different coffees and teas from the area. Highly recommend this as a stop on your visit to Bali!
Written 12 March 2020
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Bec McNeill
Cairns, Australia95 contributions
Mar 2020 • Family
I didn’t expect this to be as good as it was, even the kids who are 11 and 13 absolutely loved it which was surprising!
Written 8 March 2020
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allaroundtheworld112
Leicester, UK38 contributions
Feb 2020
What a great visit this was learning about the local coffees being made and tasting them especially the most expensive coffee in the world the luwak coffee made from the poo of the luwak animal which are actually on the plantation.If you want to visit here or any other place in Bali we met and used a brilliant taxi driver and guide called DEKRIT of brotherhood bali tours who took us lots of places in a day for a very reasonable price call him on +6281337295848 or email at gedesubrata47@gmail.com he also picked us up and returned us to airport great guy and speaks very good English use him you will not be disappointed
Written 7 March 2020
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Dani-Alice
Greenock, Australia26 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
Great experience! Must try the coffee!!! Locals are very nice and explain how the coffee is made and what they do to get it to drinking stage.
Written 25 February 2020
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Michelle R
3 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Worthwhile seeing the coffee plantation it was informative, i dont drink coffee but trying all the teas was great
Written 23 February 2020
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Mickelle D
New York, New York, United States14 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
I went to this location and it’s beautiful! They have swings here, I felt safe and the staff is very kind. They took the best pictures btw! The cost for the swings were approximately 250K IDR. The coffee plantation part was beautiful as well. I did not feel pressured to buy anything and the tasting was free. It also wasn’t crowded, which is a plus!
Written 14 February 2020
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Slana Kobasa
Zagreb, Croatia12 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
The tour was decent and the lady that works there was friendly, and you get a lot of free coffee and tea to try, that’s the only reason I can’t give a one star. Besides that, I honestly think all of the coffee is fake. There are very little coffee plantations and the place is very small. Also it was very disappointing to find out that the coffee we bought has nothing to do with the coffee we tried there, and it is VERY expensive! It is just a mixture of very average coffee mixed with a lot of sugar, and the 2 spoons per 150ml is not even closely enough. Oh yea, I should probably mention you can get it for way cheaper anywhere in Ubud.
Very bad tourist trap, don’t go there!!! (Or at least DO NOT BUY ANYTHING, you can go there just to try some coffee for free if you wish!)
Written 2 February 2020
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traveler_from_to
Toronto, Canada17 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
I don't know where to start. Maybe it's the falsely labelled "organic dark chocolate" which when I bit into at home was basically palm oil and some Quik cocoa powder. Maybe it's the overpriced "Luwak" coffee that tasted like Nescafe and creamer gone bad (I'm almost sure it did not come from the poor civet cats they had on-site). Maybe the grumpy employee who literally was the only unfriendly local we met in all of Bali. Guaranteed nothing is authentic or as advertised here (including all the fake good reviews here!) It pains me to think this fraud is rolling in the money like we saw at their store, taking away from honest local businesses. Avoid like the plague when your driver insists on stopping here (because of kickbacks).
Written 16 January 2020
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