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OKA Agriculture Bali, Bali

(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Access to the terrace of tasting through a corridor of vegetation (trees) where cages where bored producing Civets of beans to coffee to gold price. Doesn't seem to be so abused that small beasts, shiny hair, a quick eye, we've seen worse in zoos with gable on the street. The site is quite nice, with its various species, I've seen plants of ginger for the first time and also a very fun mango "and cow". Let's move on to the tasting: several coffees and tea flavored mostly good. The Luwak (poop-coffee) to pay = 50000 IDR Cup... Not great but not bad still. Direction the shop... Ouch! 130000 IDR package of tea with ginger, Ditto for ginseng coffee and tea at the hibiscus (rosella tea). As the Luwak... it stings the fingers! You to discover!
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  • This is a neat place to visit! Really enjoyed the coffee & tea sampling session. A cup of Luwak coffee will cost 50,000 Rp. Staff is very friendly and explain the whole process to you. You are not "pr...  more »
  • The extensive sampling of coffees is great. The preparation of the Luwak coffee, on table, in front of you, is awesome experience. Plus excellent tasting. It makes you want to go to their shop, to pur...  more »
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  • We had to stop on our tour back from the volcano. Got the mini 'tour' through the garden where we saw an Asian Palm Civet (the animals that 'produce' the luwak coffee) in a small cage. Obviously they wanted to show how 'good' the animals are treated. If they consider this small, empty cage with a solitary Asian Palm Civet as good condition then I don't want to know how the others are treated. This whole luwak coffee thing is a cruel business unfortunately :(
  • The place for KOPI LUWAK (Coffee) , refers to the coffee that includes part-digested coffee cherries eaten and defecated by the Asian palm civet
  • Bery nice place & view. Free trial coffee. Must try when you visit Bali
  • Well, this was quit an interesting experience to see how all the fruits grow, that you can only buy in Europe in a supermarket. The shop prices where expensive. Pay attention to gamble with the seller.
  • Friendly staff! As a coffee lover I had the chance to taste the Luwak coffee. They cooked it in siphon boilers - amazing taste and experience.