Lumbung Sari Agroo
Lumbung Sari Agroo
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Imogen Louise
Melbourne, Australia23 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
interesting plantation - could see different plants- cinnamon, cocoa, coffee bean & then see how the coffee is made. A bit sad to see the luwaks caged up asleep. Great tasting selection of different teas and coffees. Nice photo opportunities with swings and heart shaped sculpture.
Written 25 February 2020
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saren911
Vancouver, Canada162 contributions
Dec 2019
They have the defenseless animals caged up. The looks on their faces is heartbreaking. If you love animals and prefer to see them in their natural habitat, don't go here. This is the domain of people who like to treat animals as things for their amusement or leisure (in this case, the coffee addiction that affects so many people) and tourists feed the machine that keeps places like this running. Just go and look at the eyes, look deep into the eyes of these caged animals. And then ask yourself do I really want to support this and keep it running?
Written 3 December 2019
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Wayan S
23 contributions
Feb 2019 • Friends
Me and friend had visit to this place, very stunning because the staff is very Friendly and we had lots learing about nature.
In here we can see start from coffe thre, been, and many plantation from tropical bali also we seen directly how the proces to makeing coofe pouder, after that we have to testing coffe and tea wit nice view about padi fild.
Very recomend this place.
Thank you.
Written 17 February 2019
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Wayan S
23 contributions
Aug 2018 • Business
This place really piace full because on the back side the view is big rice farming, not only the view the staf allso very wellcome and they explain lots of think obout there.
I did testing coffe and tea here and very nice teast..
Hwo you guys wont to tray,very recomend this place...
Written 10 August 2018
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Iflytotravel84
10 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
We stopped by here on our drivers recommendation to try the famous Luwak Coffee.
We saw a couple other plantations during the week and this one was our favourite. Great selection of coffees and also fresh fruit available from a separate seller on site.

Nice setting and the guy who took us through the small plantation was very friendly and informative explaining the process and coffee and tea fusions.
Written 19 September 2017
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minimize940314
Los Angeles, CA3,527 contributions
Jun 2017 • Family
We wanted to visit a luwak coffee plantation and our driver took us to this place. We enjoyed complimentary drink and luwak coffee. We ended up buying some luwak coffee beans as a souvenir.
Written 20 August 2017
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Venkitasubramanian
Kalpetta, India146 contributions
Jul 2017
Its a very nice place where you can see and learn about Luwak robusta coffee , and watch the process , and products are also available
Written 11 July 2017
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Ömer A
12 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
it was really nice coffee taste. After this i went some places but not like there. İ think this place best.
Written 24 May 2017
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tttina92
Shenzhen, China6 contributions
Feb 2017 • Couples
We had a stop at this coffee and tea plantation during our daily tour. The guide welcomed us with a big smile and explained all about the amazing Luwak coffe, along with all the other trees and plants that they grow. We got about 15 coffees and teas to try for free, and the cup of Luwak coffee was 50k. We got a chance to see some civet cats, in a cage because they are normally let free on the farm. We saw a pregnant civet cat and got a chance to pet it for a while. It was a nice experience. I would recommend it to people who drink coffee and tea daily as it is a nice thing to try all those samples and taste the difference. :)
Written 11 February 2017
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FengXueSG
Singapore, Singapore1,558 contributions
Jan 2017 • Family
If you read Wikipedia about Luwak coffee, you will know the issue about the "farming" of civet cats for the coffee. I visited this place only because some of my travel companions were interested. I don't think the number of the cats they displayed in the cage. can support the scale of their sales of Luwak coffee, plus there are so many "Luwak coffee" places when we drove around Ubud. I don't want to make this review into a debate of animal rights, but I don't feel good about it. Only relief was, at least those cats they displayed looked healthy....
Written 27 January 2017
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