Kebune Bali Agrotourism
Kebune Bali Agrotourism
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Ethan H
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family
This place waa great! No clue what the other reviews are about claiming "coffee purchased was different to coffee sampled", i purchased a handful and they all taste great back home

Price for the luwak coffee is more expensive than what youd find at the supermarkets, because it is cleaned and roasted the traditional way which you're shown on the tour before the tastings....
Written 18 December 2023
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Tuomas L
13 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Couples
It’s a scam for tourists. The experience, tasting and service is nice but the products they sell are not the same as in tasting. Tea powders are tasteless and seems to be mainly sugar. Don’t go there.
Written 24 October 2023
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Laurence F
Toronto7 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Friends
Worst coffee I have ever bought!.. It's a beautiful place and everyone was friendly. They served me a delicious coffee as a sample, and I decided to buy some--to the tune of $20.00 US for just 200 grams. What what the heck, though, we were on vacation. Finally opened it yesterday, but instead of inhaling that wonderful coffee bean aroma, there was only a slight stale smell. First giveaway? It was wrapped in cheap plastic in a paper bag. And it tasted awful, not even close to the sample they had served me, not even close to tasting like coffee. I suspect that here they saw a tourist (who would never come back, perhaps) and they unloaded some kind of inferior bean on me. What a tremendous let-down, my only negative experience in Bali.
Written 19 June 2023
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Mona Ahmed
6 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I was so busy not to upload my comment soom after I found out that they cheat us as they welcome you with a delicious free samples of various coffee kinds so you buy their coffees as gifts to find out later that it is totaly different from what you taste!! I bought 3 backages and they are all expensive, as I found later the luak cooffee with even nicer package in the supermarket for almost half price. Any way my experience with the products that I bought from this farm was terrible as I found out later after tasting the genseng coffee that it has no genseng flavor at all and just a plain ordinary nescafe with powder milk and totaly different from the sample ww tried there.. and the same for the Mangosteen tea we order it with no suger which is more expensive due to the difference of weight added by the suger and found out that it has suger as it is obvioudly sweet and you even can see the mixed suger in it.. as for the luak coffee I expect it easier for them to cheat it also.. I bought it as a present to a friend so I couldn't try it my self.. so be careful of this cheating people.
Written 22 December 2019
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Captainnajork160
Cheshunt, UK362 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
Our taxi driver for the day stopped at this location on the way to Ubud. We were given a short tour through all the different plants grown and then past a caged sleeping Asian palm civet which eats and then defecates the coffee beans used to make the expensive Kopi luwak. The tour lady said it was let out at night but we wondered how they could then collect the partially digested beans if it was free to wander. We sat and sampled a selection of free coffees ( 13) and read the accompanying notes about the different remedies they provide plus had a pleasant chat with our tour lady. If you sample the Luwak coffee there is a small charge. You are then given the option of buying any of the coffees. Our favourite was the brightly coloured Mangosteen.
Although situated among rice fields the small sales shop does accept credit cards. Overall we felt the visit was a worthwhile way to spend about an hour,
Written 16 August 2018
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idamaijak
Helsinki, Finland19 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Amazing place to have a taste of good coffees and teas. In addition, you get to know about them and how they make Luwak coffee. This place is in middle of the rice terraces which is really nice. Staff was really nice and friendly!! There was little shop where you can buy their products. So we recommend you to go there! :)
Written 13 February 2018
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sl27
Goa Velha, India380 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This place is en route to Uluwatu temple a few minutes away (to the right of the road as you go toward the temple). People are quite helpful and pleasant (but then most people in Bali are that way, at least at most sites and hotels etc). The free tea-tasting is nice- about a dozen small cups of assorted teas and coffees (mostly teas- mangosteen peel, rosella, ginger, lemon, bali coffee, vanilla, coconut etc ) are refreshing especially after a hard days sightseeing, They take you around to show you the place- different plants, fruits, the civets ( at least here the civets are kept in slightly larger cages). The kopi Luwak actually is Arabica coffee nuts(if i remember the guide right) which is ingested by the civets ( they eat only the lighter coffee and not the stronger Bali type) along with fruits etc and passed through their digestive tract, which is then cleaned and processed. I think its an acquired taste as I have had it elsewhere ( Bali prices are probably the cheapest in the world for this coffee)
Small pieces of chocolate are kept along with the free teas. After tasting they take you to their shop where you can buy if you wish or not - you really dont have to buy anything at all. I must say the prices here we felt were slightly higher than some other places we visited but just a bit more. If you are short on time and love organic chocolate or cocoa or exotic teas, then go ahead and buy. The mixtures are mixed with sugar though you get without as well for few rupiahs more. I personally liked the mangosteen peel tea.Coconut tea is also great. But the free teas all are premixed with sugar- good for the brain,bad for diabetics. They also have skin care products and other beauty products for sale. The coffee and tea of course is not grown on site and comes from the hils outside Bali.
Tip - Keep the Kopi Luwak tour at the end preferably late afternoon or evening- the teas taste much more refreshing then ;-))
Written 5 June 2017
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Milan S
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Kebune Bali is located only a few hundred meters from Tegenungan waterfall, towards Ubud. It's not on Bing Maps, but you can't miss it, there's a sign on the road!

I absolutely recommend going and seeing this place. Someone will welcome you, and walk you through the farm, explain their process of production, show you Bali and Arabic coffee plants (including famous Luwak), cocoa plants, teas etc.

At the end, they will serve all their delicious products and provide you with more details as you drink each of them. You will learn what their products are healthy for, with all your questions answered in solid English.

If you want (without any pressure/marketing), you can buy any of their products in the store (they don't sell outside of their store!)

Anyhow, excellent and funny experience. And yummy products! :)
Written 3 April 2017
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Dan M
Mongolia457 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This agro-tourism project is situated a few hundred meters from the Tegenungan Waterfall. We stopped there out of curiosity, and thoroughly enjoyed it.

We were met at the entrance by a young English speaking lady who showed us around the garden and the coffee bean roasting facility. There are two caged civets, the animals responsible for "processing" the famous Luwak coffee beans.

The facility boasts a range of tropical tree species including coffee and cocoa. There is a small shop where coffee and tea can be sampled before buying. We tried a large range of coffees, teas, and chocolate before settling on what to purchase.

In summary, the Kebune is something different. My family and I enjoyed the visit, and are now enjoying the products we purchased. Kopi Luwak is a must if you have not tried it before. We recommend the facility for anyone interested in tropical agriculture or just drinking tea or coffee. All in all a great family venue.
Written 24 January 2017
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chefjoerg
Soderala, Sweden130 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Did a round tour on Bali and came by taxi to Kebune Bali Agrotourism because I ask the driver where I could buy and learn something about this ahhh soooo fantastic special coffee - kopi luwak!!
I got a small tour through the garden with lots of different spice and fruit trees/ plants, could look over the shoulder of a lady roasting , sorting and pounding coffee, and the best - did a coffee & tea tasting . After that I went into their shop and spent some money - not too much - on coffee, spices and oil.
Written 11 October 2016
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